A student asked me this question:
"If the question asks me to describe a film, can I ask for a different question because I don't like films and I never watch them?"
Here's my answer:
If the part 2 question is about something you don't like, you should try your best. The examiner is not allowed to change the task card.
You probably have family, children or friends who watch films. You could say: "I don't really like watching films, but my children love watching ....." Then describe the film that your children like, say why they like it, and explain why you think it's a nice film for children.
Choose a film now so that you are ready for this question. Search for a review of the film on Amazon. Write down the ideas you find, and practise with a friend.