“If you follow a superb screenplay, the language is a road map, and so you don’t have to act.. … When you learn that language you pack that into the suitcase of your brain, and those words inform your body. They move you around the set. … It’s there for you, all written down. But we tend to make mincemeat of it by wondering what it all means.” – The New Yorker

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