Giovanni Morassutti (March 15, 1980, Padua, Italy) is an Italian actor, theatre director, writer, artist, and cultural entrepreneur. He is a graduate of the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia, close to the Strasberg family, with direct experience with Susan and John Strasberg.
List of Best Giovanni Morassutti Quotes
-Creating the kind of connections between people that lead to collective civic action, political expression, community dialogue, and shared cultural experiences.
-Find a good teacher, don’t betray yourself to succeed, and be a better person before being a better actor.
-Perfection? Being the most human, you can be.
-Average acting is like jerking without an orgasm
-I would rather remember even if sometimes it can be very painful.
-I want to be spontaneous like a wild animal.
-The sound of the human voice is the best of nature but only if it comes out from feelings.
-Sometimes, I wonder if it does exist such a thing called personality.
-Follow your body because, most of the time, it knows where to go.
-I believe that nowadays, we are in the process of establishing a new relationship between humanity, creativity, and nature.
-Winemaking is an artistic creation in which you deal with a variety of styles, colors, and inspiration; therefore, good wine, like good art, can evoke emotions and sensations and create an experience that leaves a lasting impression.
-We know how we were born but know not how we will die.
-For me personally, The Organic Creative Process helped me discover what kind of actor I want to be, but this process goes beyond acting. It revealed to me what I want to do in life and that I have to work hard to make it real.
-A great many a drop of water will create a creek.
-The film that has influenced me the most is probably Gus Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho (1991), with whom I had the chance to work while in the US. Seeing that movie during a time of my life in which I was exploring my sexuality and looking at the work of River Phoenix made me dream about acting in a film.
-Ellen Stewart has been a very important figure in my life. She had so much to say about art and theater, but most of all, she showed me that love is the most powerful tool in life.
-I thank Giancarlo Giannini for having taught me how to use my voice.
-I believe that if everyone would follow what they want it would be a very different world.
-The search for truth in artistic expression is the core of the work in the realistic school of acting.
-I am very pleased that my commitment to acting as a transformative art form has been recognized ….. I did my best not to fall into clichés by observing the gay scene in Berlin in its most diverse forms, also working on my feminine side.
-I remember a whole session at the Actors Studio in New York on the cathartic value of the word “fuck”: swear words are liberating for a method actor. In the film, on the contrary, I had to maintain the reality of my character while speaking a strictly cultured language: it has been a real challenge. I would have liked it so much to be able to say also some crudity…! [ Referring to his role as Salvo in Affittasi Vita (2019)
-The Strasberg family has been an example of sincere dedication to the acting craft, and the actors who came out of this movement commonly associated with the Method made the history of modern acting.
-The Method tends to be linear, almost like a 19th-century mechanistic way of thinking in its search for a cause that produces the desired effect.
-There is also a therapeutic component in the Organic Creative Process: with the exploration of the various characters, the actor develops the knowledge of himself, even through suffering
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Mark K. Stafford is an American English writer. He was born in Los Angeles and earned a BA from the University of California. He is a passionate author who wrote on Essays, Poetry, and Journalism. Now he writes full-time books and articles for TheWordyBoy.