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Comment: Don't call it Directing (Score 1) 251

by lesv (#31512920) Attached to: The Problems With Video Game Voice Acting
It's really not the actors fault if they can't do any script analysis and create a performance. It's the directors job to get a good performance out of an actor. You hire folks who can do it, and you don't keep something until you've got what you want. If they guy 'directing' isn't doing quality control, no one is. It just sounds like there isn't yet consumer demand for quality acting, or the companies would fix this.

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