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Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue by John Kreng

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Developing an Eye for Action

Here are some tips so you can develop an eye for action and a deeper appreciation for action films. The important thing is to know that where you used to go for mere entertainment will now be a part of your lab and classroom for study. This does not mean that you should not be entertained while you are in the theater, but it is important to use your thoughts and feelings as a barometer as well. Start to look at things with a different perspective, from being a consumer (a passive and accepting frame of mind) to being a creator (an observing and application state of mind). This means understanding and seeing through all the smoke and mirrors used to disguise the flaws and cheat to keep the actors safe while creating ...

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