It is the story that makes people beautiful.
An actor or actress can be beautiful and handsome, but it is the character they (dis)play, that’s cherished most among the viewers and admirers.
An actor or actress has a job, a script, make-up teams and coaches and fans, but it is the writer of the character they (dis)play, that makes these actors and actresses handsome and beautiful.
Interviews are about how the crew has become a family and how important it is to represent minorities on screen. It is truly beautiful, because it shows how people who have nothing but their job, “acting”, in common, can grow such a lovely bond at work.
In real life, though, I care more about the characters. The creations of writers give us, bystanders, insight in background stories through flashbacks that we usually do not see when we meet strangers in public and private places.
Context is sexy, power- and beautiful, because it wraps strangers in comfortable backgroundical and intertwining s