Is "your" necessary in this sentence? What does "your character" mean here?
In this video, Scarlet Johansson is answering questions about the character she plays in "Marriage Story." The question is in reference to her character, the character she plays, so "your character" has been used here. The "your" is necessary here to identify which character is being talked about, and as a cue to Scarlet Johansson that the question is directed at her. Ex: A: Your character is a single mother. How were you able to act out this role? B: My character is a strong woman. I have overcome hardships in my life too, so I channeled those emotions while filming.