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How Actors Work with Children

Until a certain age, it is tough to convince a child that what we are doing is serious work.

I have had some curious experiences when playing with child actors.

The first was in the miniseries “Seven Women,” during a scene that portrayed a baptism party. It was a huge party, with hundreds of people, typical of a Brazilian state called Rio Grande do Sul. There were horses, too.

Most of the actors and I had to dance a typical dance there. I, who have two left feet and…

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Juliano Righetto

Juliano Righetto

“We are nearsighted because we are brief.” Actor, Screenwriter, Author, Top Writer 2019 and 2020 on Quora in Portuguese with more than 26 million views.

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