Tricky Angles

Mandy

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Some scenes must've been repeated, despite a decent acting performance. You can have the aesthetics and emotion, but we all know it can look different on camera. In this case, it's tiring for the actor/actress and basically for everyone on the set. When it comes to it, a good 'take' will depend on the director. Do you think every artist would be easy to film?
 

Len S

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If by artist you mean an actor, then no, some would not be easy to film. The main reason, in the context you're talking about, is when they find it hard to take direction from the director in regards to where they need to be in the scene.
 

Culture Shot

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Yeah, the director's preference would have a role too. Actors and actresses may not have a problem working with a particular filmmaker but can have difficulty doing so with another. It's essential to have the same understanding of the scene.
The main reason, in the context you're talking about, is when they find it hard to take direction from the director in regards to where they need to be in the scene.
 

Mandy

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If by artist you mean an actor, then no, some would not be easy to film.
In that case, working dynamics would have an important role. I can't imagine actors and actresses getting frustrated. Not getting along with the director will surely be a problem.
 

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