A sega nakade? (1988)
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This film is about an imaginary actors exam. In order to choose the best one the exam jury uses even immoral ways of selecting - spying, making conflicts, humiliating the applicants, taking advantage of its power.
Young students set on a professional acting career are taking their exam. They would do anything to fulfill their dream. Gradually, an invisible selection committee spreads intrigues, hopes and fears, provocation and humiliation in their small community. This all brings hostility and jealousy, competition and betrayal. Still, there is also love and friendship. They start questioning the whole deal - is it all worth it, after all? How do you show your best without corroding someone else's dignity and your own conscience? Actors' play turns into a metaphor about winning and losing, reality and make-belief, art and life.
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