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Actors Who Won't - Or Can't - Act As We Assume They Should
"Consider, for example, the close-attention-demanding ensemble that animated the Australian-born Ganesh Versus the Third Reich, in which most of the cast members had 'intellectual disabilities.' Or the Israeli troupe of blind-and-deaf performers in Not by Bread Alone. Or the actors who chose to act badly in Inflatable Frankenstein and Seagull (Thinking of you)." The New York Times 01/24/13
Posted January 25, 2013 12:59 AM




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