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In terms of dialogue and visual direction, it's all planned out, though actors may change lines slightly. In one interview, creator Vince Gilligan addresses it partially: Q: What was the first character you created apart from Walt? Also, how much of the series is improvised by the actors? – Trionout A: Every now and then Bryan Cranston might come up with a ...


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In the photo you included, one possible way is this: Hang the 12 mall mirrors on the wall. Place the camera where it will be in the shot. Have a "stand-in" stand right where the actor will be. (A "stand-in" is a person who is hired to stand in one place on a movie set, while technicians adjust the cameras and lights so that the person looks good. Then, the ...


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It highly depends on the director. Some directors (mainly the ones who were actors themselves once upon a time) allow the actors to play out a scene a little here and there. These types of directors will encourage it. Don’t forget they often take many takes of a scene. Some actors are devilishly brilliant when it comes to saying or exploring their lines in a ...


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