--from Say Everything, by Scott RosenbergIn one of his comic monologues, Spalding Gray tells the story of how he once lost a role in a TV drama. Gray recalls the director explaining the problem: "He could always see something that he could only describe as thinking pass over my face every time I made a move." And that was inexcusable.
When I am reading this book, I find the fragment in red rather confusing. To be frank with you, this sentence doesn't make any sense to me at all. Would anyone care to help me out?
Thanks in advance.