Tom Cruise rescued people on a number of occasions in real life. But he’s not he only one. Harrison Ford, Kate Winslet, Emily Blunt and other actors have rescued as well. There is now an emerging science that says the way we act changes who we are.

New doc reveals movie stars become their roles in real life with implications for everyone

You Are What You Act plays the Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto Nov 29th

Actor Tom Cruise performs a stunt in Paris for Mission Impossible. Does embodying heroic behaviours make you more likely to act heroically.
Kate Winslet rescued RIchard Branson’s mother from a huge fire. Although Winslet, follows the pattern of “rescuing stars” as she is known for being a physical actress who does her own stunts.
You Are What You Act Director Albert Nerenberg is a Laughologist and Hypnotist
In a scene from You Are What YouAct, Madan Kataria, the founder of Laughter Yoga, demonstrates the gradient laugh, a laugh where a group begins with acted laughter but is soon laughing for real.

Albert Nerenberg is an acclaimed director, hypnotist, and one of the world’s top experts on laughing. www.Hypnologist.net