Selective Listening

In 2013 I had a small part in a film called Selective Listening. It was released in 2015 and now you can view the whole thing online for free.

It’s on YouTube and on Vimeo and may also be visible right here:

It does include some very rude words, so you might want to pause if you’re about to play this in the office or in front of young children, depending on your professional or parenting styles.

Obviously, you should watch the entire thing but if you’re really pressed for time then I’m in one scene which starts five minutes in.

Some people hate watching themselves on film but I don’t mind it. However, I really can’t tell if I’m any good or not. I know I’ve learned a lot about “realistic” acting (as opposed to the physical theatre kind of stuff I did at LISPA) since then though.

Either way, it was fun to do, and the cast and crew were all lovely people and it was an enjoyable experience. The only, very minor, downside was that it was a sunny day in August and what with the hot lights in an enclosed space, and me wearing a voluminous winter coat all day, I was very damp and very smelly by the end of it.

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10 May 2017 at Twitter