Rachel and Pierce on fun making 'Eurovision'—one couldn’t keep a straight face

When I was watching Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, I was reminded of the Metro Manila Popular Music Festival that I got to watch in person in the early ‘80s.
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At least 50 countries are now eligible to participate in Eurovision, the longest-running annual international TV contest, with its attention-grabbing performances, including Ukraine’s Mariya Yaremchuk climbing on top of a hamster wheel while singing.
That’s why the kitsch-filled song contest was ripe for Will Ferrell to mine. In director David Dobkin’s Netflix movie comedy with the kilometric title (a joke in itself), the actor stars and writes an entertaining send-up of Eurovision.
Will and Rachel McAdams portray aspiring musicians Lars and Sigrit, respectively, who somehow end up representing Iceland in the world’s biggest song competition.

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