Nov 18, 2014
In today's Superstar Communicator podcast I debate whether or not we should be forced to work hard to listen and understand dialogue in films/movies and TV programmes. There appear to be more instances of audiences complaining about sound levels and the fact that dialogue is inaudible or difficult to understan.
I quote the director of Interstellar, Christopher Nolan, who intentionally made dialogue unclear in some scenes of the blockbuster. I fully appreciate that he wanted to make it experiential for the audiences.
Relating this to our speaking, I question if it is a good idea to make it difficult for audiences to listen to us; will they switch off and disengage? What do you think.
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