DAILY DOSE OF DELIGHT #16 (From FUNNY GIRL) in MAD ABOUT MUSICALS: THE HISTORY OF THE HOLLYWOOD MUSICALS Posted July 1, 2018 The performance here felt sweet and gentle and lets you see the honesty and affection she expresses in how she’s embarrassed to admit in her feelings for him, and dealing with people differently. Having a much theatrical approach with much charge and full of energy as if it’s very overtly forced without the intimacy and soft side to be appreciated. They do have a fondness towards each other, but they don’t know if they’re meant for each other. It’s not until the song where her singing that Nicky comes to understand her more and both are willing to learn more about each other if they want to make their relationship work a bit. It’s a long shot as it is common in the 30s through 50s musicals where less cuts are used and are wide to focus on the singing to then rotate to another angle to have a two person shot of her at the top stairs and Nicky watching her from a distance. It’s moved smoothly and gentle to watch her sing.