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Gary Redman

I've recently seen some of Landau's late 70s early 80s genre work ( Meteor, Without Warning, Alone in the Dark, The Fall of the House of Usher) where his "a man who came from the Actors Studio and who took his craft seriously" seemingly on the surface betrayed a lack of seriousness relying on actor tricks to keep himself interested, but perhaps with no real character to play in these movies he decided to play these damaged souls at their height of lunacy at a pitch that makes the audience uncomfortable.


Landau vs. Benson

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