Payman Maadi’s statement on Globe:

At first, every film is written and shaped without dialogues. Dialogues are the last element to be added to the scripts.

For the actors, Dialogue should be the last tool to express the emotions and the messages with. The eyes are the most powerful tools, and the dialogues help the writer rather than helping the actor. Extra elucidation from the actor and extra explanation from the writer and the director would lead to offending the audience’s intelligence. Silence and less speaking, on the other hand, is respecting the intelligence of the audience and often will lead to more empathy.

The globe international silent film festival can be effective in decreasing the dialogues and in the ellipsis of the unimportant ones, and will lead to avoiding extra speaking in cinema. 


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