The Problem With Piling Prosthetics On Actors To Make Them Look Like The Famous Real People They’re Playing

“These inspired-by-real-life prosthetics are meant to bring authenticity, but they have a perverse way of achieving the opposite. … Playing people as heavily televised as Bakker and Ball seems to make prosthetic tweaks irresistible, yet the result usually lands the actor in the uncanny valley.” – New York Magazine

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