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Sean aspires to go to Vancouver Film School, which has very competitive rates of admission. To increase his chance of getting in, Sean acts in short films created by his friends, and his most recent film shows him playing the part of a drunk driver. The film was posted to youTube but does not make clear that Sean is an actor. Sean is concerned that people will think he was driving under the influence and that this will reduce his chance of getting into film school. He has tried to contact the person who posted the video, but received no response.
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Sean decides not to do anything about the video, and applies for the film school anyway. During the interview, the interviewer is very positive and indicates that Sean has all the prerequisites for the program. A week later, Sean hears that he has not been accepted into the program. He is very disappointed and wonders if the drunk driving video had been seen by the admissions committee.
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