Imagine being an aspiring actor and suffering an anxiety affliction so severe that you collapse every time you are nervous or confronted. This is the plight of Kazuto (Kazuto Osawa) in Special Actors, the new film by Shinichiro Ueda.
Of course, that’s not the plot of the movie, and honestly, I am loathed to tell you much about the plot at all. It involves a talent agency specialising in hiring actors out to real-life events, a family-owned in, and a cult. That’s pretty much all I can tell you without taking an express train to spoiler country, but to say this movie gets a little bit wacky would be an understatement.Continue reading “Fantasia Review: ‘Special Actors’ is a wacky good time”
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