This Brazilian film follows Bianca, an actress struggling to make her way in the city. She works for an events company and spends her days singing at store openings, impersonating Marilyn Monroe at birthday parties, delivering balloons to retirement parties. Her life changes for the better when she gets cast in a French movie being filmed in Brazil. The film's director is enchanted by Bianca's stories of her work, and she ends up playing a character in the movie that is based upon her real life.
Craft didn't do much for me. I didn't hate it but I didn't really like it either. I was left with the feeling of "so what?" when it was over, but it wasn't terrible. 5.5 out of 10.