A sadistic, secret drama school? What could go wrong, right? In Masks (2011), it's literally everything except for the smoking hot blonde cast, but in the world of Italian psychodramas that's par for the course. Matteusz Gdula, a fictional acting guru, had a secret method to make even the most bland actors and actresses instantly talented, but it had a weird side effect - his students (and ultimately him) kept dying. Decades later, there's still a Gdula method school, and the very average Stella (Susen Emrich) decides to go. What she finds there is a lot of strange physical and psychological drama that throws her into fits of naked nightmares that leave her T&A in full view, but she also finds herself a lesbian romance with Julita Witt!