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  • Netflix characters are breaking the fourth wall
  • Netflix characters are breaking the fourth wall
    Pete Souza for Netflix (2017) ©
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Netflix characters are breaking the fourth wall

Watching a day in the life of House of Cards' President Underwood wouldn’t be strange on a screen. But Kevin Spacey broke the fourth wall by appearing in the real world as his conniving character – blurring the lines between fiction and reality to increase engagement.

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