Describe a Foreign Film You like Watching
You should say
- What film it was,
- Who the actors were,
- When you watched it,
- Why did you enjoy this film
Sample Answer of Describe a Foreign Film You like Watching
I have never really been a fan of foreign movies, partly because I can’t completely immerse myself in them due to the language barrier. But, when I watched “Das Boot” (The Boat) about 10 years ago, I had to change my mind about watching foreign films.
“Das Boot” is a German film which I watched as a university student about 10 years ago when our university library played a series of famous foreign films there as a part of an effort to introduce foreign and popular cultures to its students. Some of my friends asked me to watch some of those foreign films, but I told them that watching them would be a waste of time since I wouldn’t really enjoy them because of the language barrier. However, when they told me about “Das Boot”, a movie based on a true story from World War II, I decided to give it a go. Needless to say, I thoroughly enjoyed the movie from start to finish.
Follow-ups Describe a Foreign Film You like Watching.
Question 1) What do you think makes a good actor?
Answer – The very best actors have good technique and exceptional talent. Acting techniques, like projecting your voice and movement on stage, can be learned and finessed, improving any talent. The extra edge that extraordinary natural talent brings cannot be taught and is what makes great actors stand out.
Question 2)What are some of the characteristics that an actor needs to have?
Answer – Understanding Human Behavior. Some actors are knowledgeable of the human mind, and they know what’s required at a given moment by their audience. Confidence, Intelligence, Hard Work, Highly Imaginative, Energy are those characteristics actors need to have.
Question 3) Have movies changed over the years? How have they changed?
Answer – The way that we watch movies has changed so much over the past century that what we experience today is basically unrecognizable from the past. What used to be only accessible in theatres and special buildings, now we have access to thousands of films at any given time with a computer and internet connection.
Question 4 Do you think movies will continue to be popular with people in the future?
Answer – I’ve never felt the nervous energy in Hollywood that I’ve felt over the last 12 months, and it increases every day. There’s uncertainty about the future because the change is happening theatrically.
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