A movie made in the style of a freaky movie with a spell-casting director called “Valentines Day” was released this week to critical acclaim.
The film, which is based on the story of the real-world casting director, is based in part on the book by the same name.
The title character, played by actress Mary Lambert, is an enchanting, but strangely familiar, version of the casting director who appeared in the film.
“This is a movie about a casting director and a spell caster,” Lambert told TheWrap.
“They both love the same woman, and they both want to get the best of each other.”
The film is about a man who, upon seeing a young girl named Vicky, decides to cast a spell on her so she will become his property.
The spell works, and Vicky soon becomes the property of the cast.
Lambert said she had been casting spell-binding spells for several years before the film’s release.
She told The Associated Press that casting directors often do not cast spellcasting directors because they feel they are not good enough for their jobs.
“It’s all a bit of an exercise in fantasy, to see if I can make it happen,” Lambert said.
“I always get the impression that the people that come to cast the spells are so talented, they just don’t know it.”
She added, “It’s so hard to be cast, so I don’t want to be.”
The casting director is played by Mary Lambert.
Mary Lambert (left) and the casting Director in the movie.
Mary Lambert (right) and casting Director Mary Lambert at the film premiere.
Mary is pictured with the casting directors (left to right).
The movie has been viewed more than 1.6 million times on YouTube.
A version of this story first appeared on TheWashPost.com.