minustheair asked: I think that's the beauty and wonder of their careers is that they can do those things without getting emotionally attached. Any performer of any art that has to act and portray emotions constantly can't get too personally attached because then they become ingenuine; the idea is to re-portray the emotion as if it were the audience's first time seeing it (believing it) but in such a semi-formulated way that you don't dry yourself out, or tire yourself out, or become less human. Truly remarkable.
I think that’s absolutely true. They are in their core, performers, and acting is their job, their career. It’s important for them to remember that and as the audience to accept that before delving into their performance on the screen.
I appreciate your thoughts!
I wonder how often couples in movies actually fall in love with each other.
Constantly reading lines of endearment and love to each other, regardless that it’s not their actual writing (or it could be in some cases), they say things over and over
Maybe it might be awkward at first, but maybe if you say it over and over enough, you start to think it’s real?
Not even just the lines, but the physical aspect too. The kisses are real, the hugs are real, the tears are real,
Or is it all just part of their career?
“I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good ol’ days, before you’ve actually left them.” — Andy Bernard
Erin’s reunion in The Office Finale made me cry like a baby.
Bikes are cooler
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Cherryblossom blues (by Nadia Esra)
Spring, March 2013
I miss Amy Winehouse and her beautiful voice.
Not until we are lost, do we begin to understand ourselves. — Henry David Thoreau
I’m reading blogs and articles and reddit posts about how to train dogs and puppies and handling situations and everything there is to know about dogs and stuff.
I don’t even have a dog
But I really want one