In the world of the theatre, actors are expected to not just mimic the everyday but seize it as creative raw material. Yet as we see in New Zealand film The Rehearsal – an adaptation of Eleanor Catton's novel of the same name – the link between roles played and real life can be complicated by dramatic conflict and ethically dubious intention, writes Anthony Carew.
Maori, Kerry Fox, Man Booker Prize, metatext.
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