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  1. I think you don't have to be a bad actor to play a loving person, but you need self-control to play indifference. Here's what someone does better…

    PS: it is also necessary to take into account whether the person loved at all, his emotionality, his social status, etc.

  2. It is natural for a non-lover to play love. Based on vanilla thoughts, he is not familiar with this feeling and he(she) will not be able to behave correctly in order to show love. But at the same time, it will be just as difficult for a lover to show not love while experiencing high feelings for a partner.

  3. The question requires specifics.
    So, whether a person knows that playing is important. Love and indifference must be understood from within in order to be able to fake them or hide their manifestations. Also, the nature of a particular person and the circumstances of the game are “factors that may be key in evaluating”.�

    To fake warmth, tenderness, attention, participation, etc. to a person without an internal impulse is an exhausting task. It is difficult to show what is not there. Somewhere you need to take energy, have reserves. And constantly remember your role and make an effort to stay within it. And how to kiss someone who doesn't romantically excite you in any way? Natural self-abuse. This person N can cause even disgust. But maybe also friendly feelings. Or the person has already become familiar and familiar, and worried once before – then you just need to thoughtlessly copy the known line of behavior.�

    Real feelings can be redirected, hidden, and disguised. Suppose that person N is not accessible, then there is no way to even touch him, and then the impossibility of doing this is the usual framework. The feeling of someone else's coldness sets you up for the same behavior regardless of your desires, you just mirror it and that's it. If the object of love is a close person, and the line between friendly and loving relationships is thin, then it is clear that this is an order of magnitude more difficult and exhausting. And if all the boundaries have already been passed, and the person has just BECOME unavailable, but good and close relationships have remained-then this requires titanic efforts and strict self-control. But you get used to it, too. Especially if the circumstances themselves bind your hands.�

    Everything is relative, subjective, individual, that is, everything is as always.) For some, playing emotions, no matter what, is easy, and he actually ate a dog, for others-both cases are impossible in principle. Those who control themselves are easier to hold back. Who is more accustomed to show emotions-it is more difficult to keep them. And some, even if they truly love, do not know how to show this love.

  4. By form.

    Judging by the question, it is much more difficult to formulate/write any of these alternatives correctly. Namely, which is more difficult: for a lover to play dislike, or for a non-lover to play love?


    In the aspect of acting: here to play is not to experience the feeling (to live the character), but to give the audience the opportunity to experience it (to live with it). A real feeling can help an artist (and more often – hinder), but it can't replace acting as a technique (in the anecdotal version-a drunk will never play a drunk – this is even more noticeable). And it doesn't matter whether love or dislike is played – it's hard to play, so they teach you how to do it…

    In the aspect (psychology) human relations: here to play, not to broadcast other people's sense-sense (the author, the Director, the hero) and produce others (i.e. the senses) in response, and to create their own feelings as the current status (and only in this sense, i.e., therefore, to deal with them) – referral by someone and to look for reciprocity as a response (but not the fact that the counter) movement in the same (creative) mode. Here the moment of the game is not so much acting (although not without it), as a pair competition, dance… Is it easy to play (not portray) this game? Try it… 🙂

  5. I think “playing love” is easier. we all at least love something/someone or loved, even if it's an animal or a favorite actor or well, whatever, really. it is quite easy to analyze the visual component of your behavior, especially if you are not the only one who saw yourself in love and friends/relatives can “provide data”.

    and it is very difficult to seem indifferent when the light feeling is active – it requires much more self-control, and it simply exhausts you more.

    no matter what you pretend, if it lasts long enough, it will become a “habit” and become true.

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