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Well, Dr. Lightman's theory isn't a complete hoax, even if its accurateness and applicability is exaggerated very much in the show. Yet, still this doesn't make the TV series "a paradox in itself", since Tim Roth doesn't actually judge the acted emotions of his fellow actors, but just plays a role himself, too. It's an entirely scripted process, so you could ...


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Out of Universe Tim Roth is a bit of a sloucher. There might be a medical reason to this (his bow legs, for instance), but either way, this is evident in some of his other roles and public appearances. See, for example, this scene from the film Arbitrage where he plays a detective who is trying to take a suspect down. Roth is also somewhat of a physical ...


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I would consider this to be a subtrope of the fairly common Wacky Parent, Serious Child: A pair that consists of a silly, carefree or simply lighthearted parent and a child who is down to earth, snarky, brooding or all three. Usually parent and child will be of the same gender (so a wacky father with a brooding son or a ditzy mother with a serious ...


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