overdirect

overdirect

(ˌəʊvədaɪˈrɛkt)
adj
excessively direct
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They must ensure they do not place the first responder in harms way, open the organization to liability, overdirect simple tasks, or saturate agency members with verbiage that does not facilitate further understanding of the subject matter.
Such codifications can overdirect one's reading of Browning by focusing too much attention on the "spoken" and "staged" aspects of his work.
As for handling actors, Oliver Stone takes a veiled swipe at Woody Allen for reportedly not speaking to his actors, but Allen counters by arguing that "a lot of directors tend to overdirect their actors .