I don’t know about you

But I, for one, love my TV-time

By that, I mean my movies and television series

Like I can literally go a whole day without food watching Berlin Station for example

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Okay…..scratch that, I can’t even fast for a couple hours

But the movies and series can take me forever

Without complaining or whining out

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My mommy usually says that they are a waste of time

And I just SMH in total disbelief at her

Gurl, how dare you say such a thing?

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Today, I’d love to hear from you about the lessons you’ve learned from movies and series

Personally, I learn to appreciate humanness more in every aspect of itself

For a lot goes into play even when just shooting a simple scene

So, imagine how many of those moments get to make up an entire movie or an entire season of a series

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Secondly, I learn to appreciate diversity more potrayed in the movies and series

Respective projects of movies and series are acted out in respective countries or locations

Where there’s the existence of a number of people

And the various ways of life, language, culture, practices that makes up these people and holds them together

It’s quite a scene to watch out for

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Thirdly, the devotion everyone on set gets to put behind the mission

To be the success everybody is looking for

Right from the make-up team to the security to the extras

A lot is put in, as far as energy goes to give it their best

I learn to be devoted in every possible way that I can

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Most of all, I for one, watch productions that have some sort of personal attachment to me

Things that bring out the voice of pain, anguish, anxiety, love, respect

In me when I hear the title or watch their trailer or see a snippet of it on tele

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So, your turn, what do you learn from the moving pictures and change in sound energy?