The power of acting

Genre: Drama
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The Power of Acting is a comedy-drama film written by Mrs. Padmos that tells secret facts about her own acting life. It shows the willpower, discipline, and courage of a woman who is turned into as a chess piece because of her knowledge. She throws her cabaret life through her professional career. And show a group of people that no one can dim your light.

Every emotion is visible to the public. She works with emotional intelligence to win the game in such a way in combination with actual depression. The energies cause confusion, giving the cabaret actress room to breathe.

Knowledge is power? Is this really true? Is life a stage? How much over hours does the actress have to make?

"No one will write about me without my permission," the cabaret actress told the producer behind the scenes. "Give them some money and a cookie," the cabaret actress laughed. Producer Wayne pursues the actress angrily and calls! "Are you giving your money away again? Let them write that nonsense anyway. " The cabaret actress hands the producer part of her chocolate bar and softly says, "Don't worry, I still have roses and chocolate after every show."

While the blonde actress looks at the mirror, she starts laughing out loud. "I really need to write another script." Her silent business partners are watching with wide eyes as the woman shamelessly takes the stage. The men and three ladies from New York look at each other. The hypnosis show starts, or is it a cabaret with a feather on a hat? "Jane, here's the document." The gentleman and the other two ladies turn in amazement. The music begins to play, and the cabaret actress runs after the stage. and shouts "human rights".

Delete the error in the matrix.

A story about a life in which we write a script every day. And how humanity allows a stranger to invade our inner world. Too many people have their scripts rewritten, even paying the editor the highest price. at the expense of their own well-being.

Does it make sense to ask the outside world for permission to feel our feelings? Our thoughts, our feelings, our inner world?

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