Deadpan as a Filming Technique in Roy Anderson’s Films

Deadpan is not ordinarily ascribed to a style of filmmaking. It is more often associated with the lack of emotion on an actor’s face during a scene. Buster Keaton, of course, is a prime example of dead pan acting. No matter what happens to Keaton’s character his face remains unmoved.

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