Ten job-seekers. Two days to distinguish themselves and rise to the top. What starts as a simple job interview quickly becomes a brutal test of both professional skills and mental fortitude. The questions are never random. The recruiters lay traps, and the applicants try to dance around them. These people are spared nothing : role play, aptitude tests, provocations. But what is expected from people under such a pressure? Ability to adapt or willingness to submit?
Didier Cros (1963) graduated from the ESEC School of cinema and audiovisual studies of Paris and has worked as assistant director for films, television films, advertisements, and director of documentaries, for ten years.