Would be for two performers to realistically pull off acting that thing where you’re two strangers and you both try and move out of each other’s way but go the same side as each other and then they exchange a knowing smile.
The world has loads of fantastic and talented actors but none of them are good enough to act this scenario realistically.
Someone swore at me over this a few weeks ago.
Maybe he was acting
Woah, what an astonishing level of dickheadishness
Actually it is me on the telephone when I’m trying to get out of work.
No, its the thing I described because of how technical the performances would need to be whilst remaining naturalistic
Also i counter your scenario with literally no actor on the planet being able to convince anyone they have coffee in their takeaway cup
we used to try and see who could get the longest combo with a stranger when we were at sixth form. none of us ever got hit, somehow
George Clooney is very good at doing this
I’m quite technical. I cough sometimes, bit of walking around that I laid out earlier- we call it ‘blocking’ in the biz. I ever pretend I’m running out of battery.
WHY DON’T THEY JUST PUT WATER IN IT
Please forward your evidence
Yeah, “blocking” that’s the stuff
He does have coffee in his cup for that. So yes, he’s good at acting that he has coffee in his cup when he has coffee in his cup
Was thinking yesterday about characters doing chicken noises and the arm actions when someone is “too chicken” to do something
I think his performance is so good that it creates the illusion of coffee
You still see this in soaps. As though that happens in real life. Taunting chicken noises.
I see! He must have absorbed all the powers of acting from every other actor. Thanks for resolving this.
Chicken Run might be the best possible acting scenario actually.
He was an arsehole. Plain and simple.