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The brilliant Sky Original remake of the French cult Dix pour cent, produced by Sky Studios and Palomar on the behind the scenes of the entertainment world, ends on Friday 3 February exclusively on Sky and streaming only on NOW (read the reviews here). The amused, ironic and irreverent journey through the insecurities, obsessions and secrets of our showbiz comes to an end with two very special guest stars, Stephen I ran And Conrad Guzzanti. Respectively protagonists of the fifth and sixth episode.
Stefano Accorsi protagonist of the fifth episode
In the new episodes, directed by Luca Ribuoli and written by Lisa Nur Sultan (the fifth, in particular, in collaboration with Federico Baccomo), Stephen Accorsi it seems unstoppable. Eclectic and always ready to put himself to the test, he even says he is willing to stage a Romeo and Juliet, provided that he is the one to play both roles! Keeping up with him gets even more complicated when filming on two sets overlap. But it’s not just a time problem. At stake is an exclusivity contract, and only a team game between CMA agents will be able to help him juggle, without being discovered, between a Swedish production and a biopic by Giorgio Rights, among the cameos of the fifth episode, none other than on Luciano Ligabue.
How many things can Stefano Accorsi do at the same time without going haywire? Too many, but the one who risks a short circuit is Gabriele, who with Lea’s help must implement a very complicated plan to prevent him from being discovered. Meanwhile, Sofia does well in her first actress rehearsal and Camilla celebrates her birthday. Vittorio, cornered, has to explain to his family his relationship with the young assistant.
Playing CMA agents Michael DiMauro, Sara Drago, Maurice Lastrico And Marzia Ubaldi, still grappling with the tragicomic problems of their clients. Next to them the assistants played by Paola Buratto, Sarah Lazarus And Francis Russo. With Kaze as Sofia, the agency’s receptionist, ea Emmanuel Fanelli in that of one of the most “extravagant” actresses represented by the agency, Luana Pericoli.