Honored Artist of the RSFSR Stanislav Sadalsky ridiculed the willingness of modern artists to sacrifice their appearance for the role. He believes that external changes for the sake of cinema is the artist's duty, and not something out of the ordinary. "PolitExpert" reports on this in more detail.
The star of "Interns" Christina Asmus recently shocked fans with a sharp change in appearance. The blonde actress turned into a brunette. At first there were rumors that the star decided on such a transformation after a divorce from comedian Garik Kharlamov. But later, the girl dispelled all doubts, saying that she had dyed her hair for the sake of a new role.
The star also admitted that as an actress she is ready for any transformation for the stage - from gaining weight or losing weight, to shaving her head. However, not everyone appreciated the dedication of the actress. It turns out that changing your appearance for the sake of a role is an artist's duty, and not something extraordinary.
“There are two schools: there is a school of performance, there is a school of experience. The school of experience goes from the heart to the viewer. A school of performance from looks. Therefore, this is such nonsense, it is the simplest thing to change something in appearance, but this is not acting,”the actor Stanislav Sadalsky commented on the situation.
Despite this, fans were delighted with the dedication of their idol. Many have noticed that even if Asmus shaves his head, shaves off his eyebrows, puts braces or grinds off her teeth, this will not deprive her of her beauty and talent, and even more so will not deprive the artist of the love of her fans.
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