|Posted by deepakmorris on June 17, 2015 at 4:40 PM|
Film-makers work in a different world. They see things through a viewfinder. Their vision is narrow.
Theatre is vastly different. It doesn't have the luxury of a retake. It can't rely on editing to make a scene interesting. Either the actor makes the scene interesting or it just dies.
If a film-maker ever says you suck, take it as a compliment, for he has no idea what you do.