I'm feeling all verklempt.
So here's the question:
Where do you draw the line of "appropriate" in your acting career?
Is it at the content of a particular project? Is it in the actions of a given character?
I believe it's mostly a case by case basis.
I had an audition today for a student film. The character I auditioned for is basically me. He acts and reacts the same way I would in the situation presented. It's just that the situation is a bit...colorful. And it's not even "Well then he shouldn't have gotten himself into the situation."...
Let me explain. He goes to pick up his date (first date) at her grandparent's house where she lives. She runs into the other room to finish getting ready and he has a convo with the grandparents - who basically encourage him to have his way with their granddaughter. It's all very lighthearted and fun, but it's just kind of awkward, no?
So again, where do you draw the line?
Your comment will be posted after it is approved.
Leave a Reply.
Pursuing my dreams, living on faith, and I don't think Crocs are ugly.