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  1. To be able to get used to the image, to live the necessary emotions-this is an art that needs to be learned.

    In low-budget projects, such as TV shows, not very high-quality actors are recruited, since there is no money to pay for good ones. Accordingly, we get a certain quality.

    There are also different acting schools. Not everyone is taught to immerse themselves in the role and live emotions. Usually, Western schools are contrasted with the Russian school of Stanislavsky (the author of the catch phrase ” I don't believe it!”).

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