Acting is not faking an emotion with the brain controlling the face muscles like a puppeteer.
Acting is not pretending to feel an emotion by imitating the facial expressions that said emotion is supposed to provoke.
Acting is genuinely feeling the emotions of the character in a given situation.
The plot summary of Alien:Specimen is missing
David Lynch seems rather calm and reasonable actually
The dove shot at the end of the video kind of contradicts its content. Because it was created recently with digital technics to replace the original one which, I have to admit, really did look out of place. It was the single shot of the film not really belonging to the film's universe because it had been shot in a very standard and dull looking factory and was showing the dove flying away against a blue sky. Here is a screengrab of the original shot: https://lanceparkin.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/dove-1.jpg?w=500
Matte-paintings have not disappeared at all! They're just made digitally, that's all!
The rules #1 and #3 don't make much sense because they refer to multiplayer games which are usually mostly non narrative. Anyone who is interested in interactive storytelling focuses primarily on single player experience. In addition, there is absolutely no way a compelling, deep and complex story can emerge spontaneously in a videogame from the player's actions.