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Old 08-24-2017, 09:25 AM   #16
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Okay, Quality's ridiculous comments aside (look up the definition of "special" buddy)

Working on blocking is important if they move during the scene. For me, blocking has always been a bitch (but mainly because I improvise a lot, so good stuff can get scattered in places where it doesn't fit)

If you're really pressed for time, try highlighting the lines that require a more precise delivery and work on those first.

You could try shooting the rehearsal to get a feel for what angles would work best, or when to move the camera, etc.
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