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Hans Gerhard Meier

Hoffman explained—or perhaps bragged about—the lengths to which he would go to capture his character’s worn-out, paranoid emotionality. He had been staying up all night and running in order to look exhausted. In response, Olivier, exasperated by his younger male colleague, deadpanned, “My dear boy, why don’t you try acting?”

There’s a famous story about the actors Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier on the set of the movie Marathon Man, retold by Isaac Butler in The Method: How The Twentieth Century Learned to Act:

Hey all! Hope you’ve had a good holiday and the new year has been nice to you!
Just before I continue… I had such a blast with you all last semester and I can’t really grasp what you all accomplished in the final project. Now I really want this to be documented properly, can you please upload all media you have to the box folder:
Also if you didn’t fill out the course evaluation, seems like the link is still up:
Would be great if you took 5min and filled it out, and like we pointed out, the existence of the workshop is in your feedback:-) Let the admin know that Daniel has worked wonders with the laser cutter for you to iterate and produce working prototypes:heart_eyes:
I’ve met a few of you already, but looking forward to seeing you all this semester. Good luck and don’t be a stranger, if you have questions or need a tip or two this semester hit me up! Can’t wait to see what you making this spring:star-struck:
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