I wouldn't think it would affect them emotionally at all. I mean I'm sure the directors have key scenes they want the child involved in and by the time they explain out all the footing and how to make the scene look convincing enough, the kid is probably more pysched up to "play"/act the scene out more than anything. Cause once the scene is over for a while, I think for the majority of them they have to go back to doing regular kid stuff, like homework, tutoring, chores and other stuff. So I'm sure for most of them they get a good deal of daily life balance in there amongst shooting movies like that. Besides that I'm sure in the make up area they are watching as the "monsters" and such are getting all made over and they know that they aren't real off the bat.
- Response by CursedRomantic
, A Thinker, Female, 26-28, Columbus, Student