Award-winning actor Alessandro Nivola, star of the HBO production "The Many Saints of Newark" is the featured guest of this episode of The Accutron Show. Together with our hosts, Alessandro talks about his career, his experience in shooting in a pandemic, and the future of the movie industry.
Award-winning actor Alessandro Nivola, star of the HBO production "The Many Saints of Newark" is the featured guest of this episode of The Accutron Show. Together with our hosts, Alessandro talks about his career, his experience in shooting in pandemic times and the future of the movie industry. Will we keep going to the movie theaters? What makes really a difference in movies and/or TV series today? Alessandro gives his point of view based on his impressive experience that is only going to get brighter. Tune in and enjoy the show.
16:00 Some people think that the pandemic sped up the process of people not going to the movies. Watching movies at home has become the new normal. To be the bigger question is not the format of where you are watching it, how these things are made.
25:00 I never had a breakthrough role, something that defined my career and that's can be a blessing or a curse. There is a huge variety in my career by nothing that would make a person recognize me.
33:00 In the 60s and 70s, there was a messy aesthetic, it was all very rough around the edges, there was a feeling in the way movies were made and the way stories were told that were very realistic. Now there are teams of people removing digital blemishes on actors' faces, which makes everything look not real.
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