Valerie wrote:"Though not all Method actors use the same approach, the 'method' in Method acting usually refers to the practice, advocated by Lee Strasberg, by which actors draw upon their own emotions and memories in their portrayals, aided by a set of exercises and practices including sense memory and affective memory."
Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:Meg and Samantha were highly willing participants in a smear campaign...
Fen wrote:Because a social monster like Stan would surely not suffer from becoming an outcast
Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:Valerie wrote:Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:maritza wrote:Tharqa, Charlotte's mother, Samantha, Cyndi, Braz, Meg, and Karen got off too lightly.
Fixed it for you. (to reflect the ones that actually -did- nasty things to other people, and *really* "got off too lightly")
Ehh, did Samantha do much? She just talked a lot. I think she made that poster, though.
Same for Meg. I don't remember Meg doing much.
Cyndi ended up in a mental institution, so it's not like nothing happened...
As for the others, right on.
Meg and Samantha were highly willing participants in a smear campaign, as well as knowing that Cyndi was doing something to Michelle, and they both did nothing to stop her, they probably didn't even...
In fact, that's my question for T, now that I think of it. If you had an itemized list (that crosses either a moral or legal line) of what Karen and her Injustice Gang did to Penny's group, and then Aggie's group, what would it consist of?
And now that I think of it, I would have to reluctantly include Charlotte in that list, too. She may have thought it was "right", but she probably knew deep-down that it wasn't, no matter what lines Karen fed her. (Brandi's exempted because Brandi, as noted, did indeed serve a little time for her assault on Xena.)
Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:Valerie wrote:Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:Valerie wrote:NnnnI'd have to argue with you on Charlotte. She went through a hell of a lot to end up doing what she did, so you sure as hell can't say she got off lightly, even if you feel she's still responsible for those actions.
I don't think she got off *lightly* - but I am pretty sure she never really got into trouble for that video about Sara.
Again, she very clearly went through some bad things to even be able to do that, especially to do the method acting she clearly did.
That's what makes me sad for her - I don't think that was method. I think she was actually drawing on a personal experience with someone, and just slightly modifying things for the video. Unless I'm off on that one, T?
snowmansam wrote:Fen wrote:Because a social monster like Stan would surely not suffer from becoming an outcast
I think the key point here is that he suffers at his own hand. He made the choices; he had the opportunity to make different ones. Thus he earns pity (if that) more than sympathy.
Zanosuke Kurosaki wrote:T, were you laughing maniacally when you saw how our reactions kept doing a roller-coaster all over the place?
TCampbell wrote:I've been trying to compose an answer to Zanosuke Kurosaki, but I really don't think I can without giving spoilers. I'll just say that I do like to surprise you, but that's probably obvious.
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