… from Leahluna


“I think that reading and performing a movie script is like reading and performing a musical score: “it all depends on the performer”. There’s something else beyond the words and the phrases, beyond the musical notes that only True Artists and real talented ones find and connect with, so they achieve a sensitive performance that touches people’s hearts.

In his performances Colin Morgan, always, goes further and becomes a True Artist. “


5 comments on “… from Leahluna

  1. Dear Leah,
    Your words truly reflect the essence and heart of bbcdiscovery.

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    • leahluna55 says:

      Thanks, Suntse! feel honored.
      After reading half of the ToY’s script, understood why Colin was touched by the character he performed: Víctor. It really demands an emotionally moving acting and a profound ability to express all the nuances and subtleties of the character through facial expression. Doesn’t that sound like Colin Morgan? ❤
      I'm sure he must be wonderful and can't wait to see this film.

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  2. Twosocks says:

    So true! Still reflecting on the previous post, Colin’s take on the man who would become Henry V would have been much more interesting than the expected blustering, angry character. I know that any production is a collaborative effort, but Merlin became much more than just swords, chain mail, monsters, etc., because the lead actor had the ability to take it somewhere else and so much deeper.

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  3. leahluna55 says:

    Yes Joan! in that way I don’t need subtitles.
    I downloaded it, printed and collected all the pictures they have released to prepare it like a book. Someday (I dream) Colin will sign it. 🙂 ❤


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