Off Cut Forty Seven
An example of complete naturalism on television
NO 'ACTING' DETECTABLE
A brief look at Foyles War on the ABC on Friday night revealed a wonderfully relaxed, simple and thoroughly believable performance from MICHAEL KITCHEN as Detective Chief Superintendent Foyle. So believable was his performance that although the rest of the cast were acting really well, with MICHAEL it was impossible to detect any signs of acting at all. He was simply 'there' - doing it. It didn't matter if it was a complex scene or a basic one, they all looked easy for him. ALISON WHYTE on Monday's episode of Marshall Law also achieved a similar level of relaxed believability. How simple they make the acting process look.
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