How Christian Bale Uses Silence to Speak Volumes in ‘Vice’ | Anatomy of a Scene
by The New York Times
On the surface, this scene from the Dick Cheney biopic Vice may seem a bit mundane. In this video, writer/director Adam McKay explains how a more low-key moment, in a film full of zany ones turns out to be seismic.
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