To be precise this is one my favourite scenes!
I have to admit that along with my age, it’s growing my interest in British actors. As far as I could tell, they have this great habit of beginning their career in theatre. Or they decide to bring forward theatrical and television careers at the same time.
I just can tell when an actor only played parts in TV shows and movies or there is the richer theatre element underneath. I haven’t made a mistake yet. Whenever I guess that an actor, I see even for the first time, have played in theatre it’s always true.
I cannot even explain how I guess it, it’s something invisible, I assume, that sticks to them.
But why am I telling you all this?
Because this is my toddler phase of one day = one film in loop! And yesterday was the turn of “Harry Potter and the prisoner of Azkaban”.
Despite me seeing this film hundred times already, I find myself charmed by one particular scene, the following one set in the Shrieking Shack.
I believe that David Thewlis, Alan Rickman and Gary Oldman mange to bring the whole interpretation on a higher level. It seems to be in front of a stage where you’re witness of the most brilliant comedy of all the times. I didn’t know David Thewlis before, but I sensed that he could have the same background of the other two.
What do you think?
Can you see any difference in the acting or it’s just me?