The directorial debut from Japanese-Brazilian filmmaker Edson Oda visualises an audition unlike any other: a test for the coveted role of being born. Oda’s meditative film centres on Will (Winston Duke), whose job it is to determine which souls deserve to be given a chance to experience a life on Earth complete with all its joys and tragedies. While assessing the candidates, Will begins to encounter his own existential challenges, triggered by aspirant Emma (Zazie Beetz). Big in ideas and evocative in cinematography and score, Oda’s film is a glimpse of what may lay inside our own souls. Co-starring Benedict Wong, Tony Hale and Bill Skarsgard.
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