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    Cool More of a kick

    An actress talks about her film director: "His tone is so full of life and so spontaneous that it makes it even more of a kick to play the character."

    What does this sentence mean? Particularly this "it makes it even more of a kick to play the character"

    Might it be saying something like the director is so passionate around his project that his passion transmits to the actors?

    Thank You for your help.

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    Re: More of a kick

    See N4 here.

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