The actual underlying complaint here is that the British working class actors aren’t actually very good at the actual acting bit. Actually.
Not that it’s put quite that way but it is what is really being said:
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His comments support criticism that the British film industry is stuffed with posh, privately educated actors.
Speaking to The Sunday Times Culture section, Kemp said: “A lot of the British films that are successful on that international scale purvey a particular view of the UK, and of England particularly, that tends towards the middle class and upper middle class.