unspied

unspied

(ʌnˈspaɪd)
adj
unnoticed
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Bigger sacrifices "really killing in that scene" in order to "kill the reality of the scene": though the performance is ignored, the pretending figure lingers, manifesting itself as a creator, an unspied agent of change.