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NZ IDLE | Episode 6 | Transitioning to Work

NZ IDLE | Episode 6 | Transitioning to Work

In the final episode of NZ Idle, BAM gets to test out his interview skills after Able forces him to attend an appointment at a recruitment company. Will BAM give up on his art dream and enter the workforce?

Today we release episode six of the web series NZ Idle: Friends
with Unemployment Benefits.

Watch it here: http://youtu.be/05I7T7WgX3o

All episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv9FYkVwIIKCcT6BOHVBM6u7Osq2ClTvK

NZ Idle is a 6 part web series made in Wellington by the Poor Sailors Arts Collective.

NZ Idle aims to reprise the character of the kiwi battler/dag, someone both Good and Keen, and recast them as, BAM, a creative type on the dole in 2013. A fairly natural fit don't you reckon?

Together we'll explore that age-old three-way: oneself, one's kindly social welfare case-manager, and the reform-bent middle-manager who, due to misplaced jealousy and a thinly veiled distaste for beneficiaries, is determined to thwart one's every move towards artistic self-actualisation. In this case: BAM, Jacqui , and Mr Able Twerk.

All the episodes can be viewed at www.nzidle.com.
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