The unique pains of finding a job are almost universally relatable. In order to succeed, you must present a certain marketable version of yourself, place yourself in unnatural situations and, above all, play by the rules. It’s even harder when you have neither experience nor qualifications to your name. Claudine Bories and Patrice Chagnard’s observational documentary Rules of the Game (Les règles du jeu) takes on this very subject, focusing on a small, idiosyncratic group of disenfranchised young adults as they attend an employment consultancy firm in northern France.
106 minutes (with English subtitles)
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