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This revelatory documentary lets us see what it's like to be an actress at an audition.
I thought I'd enjoy this, but it wound up giving me the creeps.
A fascinating and surprisingly involving film.
Slowly evolves beyond highfalutin concepts like 'the craft of acting' into universal questions about surface beauty, inner depth and the double-edged sword of following a dream.
A simultaneously dispiriting and inspiring portrait of the auditioning process that will be of great interest to actors and casting directors.
I admired it and felt a little ground down at the same time.
Casting About is less a documentary than a lyrical tribute to women in general. Strong women, confident women, nervous women, goofy women, beautiful women and just normal-looking women. This film adores them all.
Casting doesn't couch its message.
Those viewers who tend to regard glasses half empty rather than half full will be appalled at what could pass for outright exploitation by the filmmakers.
This film stands as a tribute to the actresses who put their hearts on the line.
A ready-made DVD special feature
a wretched snooze
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