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I Act, I am Igram, sem

Miroslav Mandić / Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina / 2018 / 105 min / Slovene subtitles, Croatian, Slovene, Bosnian

A triptich about what it means to be an actor, and the boundaries between actors and their roles.

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A young actress in preparation for the role of a thief finds herself stealing in real life, while her relationship with the young waiter who is besotted with her becomes ever more cinematic...In the midst of research for the role of a homeless man an actor visits a shelter and bonds with those who seek refuge there and romanticises the freedom of their lifestyle...An actor in a soap opera obsessively pursues his co-star, who tells him repeatedly that life cannot imitate art...

A triptich about what it means to be an actor, and the boundaries between actors and their roles.

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