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Why the acting in “The Network” (1976) is so darn good

The 1976 movie “The Network” was a hilarious commentary on the trajectory of television in the late 1970s. Well, it was hilarious at the time, much of the humor is lost on us now. At any rate, the movie’s actors won a boat load of awards for their performances, and much of that is due to the screenwriter’s meticulousness. This video digs into why the actors worked so hard to perform the way the did, and how the screenwriter guided that process.

Full story at YouTube.

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  • Mike

    *sigh* It’s “Network,” not “The Network.”

    I respect you a great deal but I’ve noticed many painful spelling and grammatical errors in your “Holy Kaw!” posts. This one was enough to get a comment out of me, though.

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