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Special Thanks to Roy London (2005)

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An homage to avant-garde acting coach Roy London.

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An homage to avant-garde acting coach Roy London.

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A great film about acting
16 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Roy London was Hollywood's big secret - the acting coach who changed the way people approached film acting. Check out the website to see some clips, reviews and a trailer. This film contains the only footage of Roy London talking about acting, and interviews with many of the actors whom he coached - including many stars. It's a great film if you're an actor, but it's also about the creative process and writers and directors also went to Roy's classes to get ideas and insights. There is nothing like this available anywhere and it's only available from the film's website. I'd recommend it as a gift for anyone in the movie business, anyone interested in acting, or just for fans of all the stars in the movie. If you were lucky you might have seen it on the festival circuit last year and seen some of the actors in the film talk about it. Sharon Stone and Garry Shandling turned up at Santa Barbara and Hank Azaria and Jeff Goldblum and Arye Gross and Elizabeth Berkley showed up to Tribeca.


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