A satire about egos and moviemaking, “Official Competition” is a fun film about various characters manipulating things for their own, selfish agendas. Directed by Argentinian filmmakers, Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat (both of whom cowrote it with Gastón’s brother, Andrés), this wily comedy is set in Spain where the wealthy Humberto Suárez (José Luis Gómez) as just celebrated his 80th birthday. Reflecting on his legacy, Humberto wants to be remembered “by something that lasts — like a bridge, or a movie!” He decides to produce a great film and buys “Rivalry,” a Nobel prize-winning novel for the
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