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    Default Random question, but....

    Does anyone know if the character in a movie is drinking alcohol, is the actor actually allowed to drink alcohol?? Or is wine really apple juice and water instead of vodka etc??

    I almost feel stupid asking!! But I've always wondered....

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    It's definitely not alcohol. If you think about how many times they have to film one shot, the actor would be a bit drunk I should imagine at the end of the day. I'm sure that's not the only reason but it makes sense to me.

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    Yeah, pretty sure it's not the real deal too. Otherwise they'd be off their faces half the time!!

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    I reckon it's prob NOT booze a lot of the time, but sometimes it could be.

    When they down a glass of scotch and drink it as if it was as mild as water (no reaction) then I think they're DEFINITELY faking it... how could you drink straight spirits and not pull some sort of face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I reckon it's prob NOT booze a lot of the time, but sometimes it could be.

    When they down a glass of scotch and drink it as if it was as mild as water (no reaction) then I think they're DEFINITELY faking it... how could you drink straight spirits and not pull some sort of face?
    I've seen it done but only by HEAVY drinkers...

    I'd say they're faking it too


 

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