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Questioning the role of the artist in today’s society, actress Cate Blanchett performs a variety of manifestos by artists, dancers, architects and filmmakers while inhabiting thirteen different personas. Dressed as a school teacher, factory worker, newsreader and a homeless man amongst others, Blanchett reads aloud the writings of Karl Marx, Tristan Tzara, Andre Breton, Werner Herzog and Jim Jarmusch, amongst others. By placing the manifestos in familiar and modern contexts delivered through the voice of a woman, this humourously unique and thought-provoking film encourages the viewer to think about the role of art and the artist in modern times.
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