Talent and passion for music can take one to the very top. On the way, however, there are going to be showbiz traps. There is money, fame and fan crowds involved. Will a young girl be able to fight for her dreams in this no-holds-barred world where fame is so elusive? A controversial talent show called "Music Race" keeps looking for talented singers all over the country. The decision on who will be started-up for a career and who will get a cold shower is always up to the three jurors: a once-popular singer, Olo (Maciej Zakoscielny), social media queen, Ewa (Julia Kaminska), and the dame of Polish jazz, Urszula Dudziak (playing herself). During an audition held in Olo's home town, there is a row. The person who starts it is "Ostra" (played by Katarzyna Sawczuk). The rebel teen is outraged by the juror's arrogant and dismissive behaviour towards her mother (Anita Sokolowska). The small scandal suits the show's producer (Tomasz Karolak), who pushes "Ostra" through to the next stage. ...Written by
Fierce is a drama feel good type film about a daughter and a father connecting through a musical competition. The film touches on aspects of celebrity/fame/popularity, aspects of television/media presentation, aspects of family, aspects of music, aspects of being in school as a celebrity, aspects of friendships, aspects of being a present/absent parent/growing up with either, aspects of jealousy, aspects of romance/love, and aspects of business amongst other points. I like the musical parts of the film. The acting partners fulfill the film.
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