Young artist Lynn Prause has finished filming her scenes in the international movie (Hey Film) in Sweden, where this year is exceptional for her after her participation in the Syrian movie (Vic Up) with star Ayman Zidan.
In a statement to SANA news agency, Barazi indicated that her participation in (It's a Film) came after her success in passing the (casting) stage, to which 171 students applied, indicating that only 19 students were accepted, who underwent several workshops in performance art, body language and letter exits over a period of six months.
She indicated that as a result of the success in the audition, she had a role in this international film, which was filmed between five European countries and carried the stamp of collective championship.
She explained that the performance experience was rich and sufficient to possess the skills and establish confidence in her talent to continue and continue in the field of acting.
And she continued, "In addition to my role in the international film, there were other important results that I gained on the professional, technical and humanitarian levels, which are how to deal with the character, draw its features, and ways to stand in front of the camera and adopt a sincere sense of action and word."
It is noteworthy that the young actress Lynn Prause entered the door of art through the gate of fashion shows and beauty contests, to register a remarkable presence in a short period.