Acting in Film: An Actor's Take on Movie Making

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Applause, 1997 - Acting - 163 pages
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Caine gives the reader a once-in-a-lifetime chance to rob him blind. He reveals the most closely guarded secrets of the art and science of spontaneity on screen, and then invites the reader to make them his own.

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Great advice dished out with Caine's witty humor. - Goodreads
There were some wonderful insights to film acting. - Goodreads
Great advice on acting and life... - Goodreads
Lots of good advice and info here. - Goodreads
But there is some very practical good advice. - Goodreads
It's mostly pictures and the type is large. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Arshi Bhasin - Goodreads

Hoped it was longer, otherwise a very informative book on the manners of the industry and interesting scenarios at work for an actor. Read full review

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User Review  - Elliot Richards - Goodreads

Thoroughly entertaining read from start to finish for actors and non-actors alike. Full of common sense and eye openers too! Read full review

Contents

At the Studio or On Location
35
In Front of the CameraBefore
45
Behavior On and Off the Set
105
Copyright

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