|Starring||Rafael Morais, Rita Blanco and Anabela Moreira|
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
In his seventh feature film, director João Canijo recreates an epic story through the devoted and cautious observation of physical space and of interpersonal relationships. He succeeds in evoking a tridimensional universe, stylized but anchored in a detailed and sober realism that allows for a profound connection with human emotions.
The excellent interpretation by Rita Blanco takes the spectator by the hand through a situation where most of us adults have found ourselves: the moment when a family has to act and recognize its condition, understand the actions of its members and their individual lives, and confront destiny as a family.
The detailed mise-en-scène, outstanding sound design, and strong, delicate, profound and complex performances of the entire cast, are the result of a two year process, in which the director and his team rehearsed and worked the characters and the story.
The resulting film is complex and multi-textured, richly crafted and capable of unveiling flashes of humanity amid the dramas and tragedies that weave through the everyday lives of its characters.
Tickets are $8 for Members / $10 for General Admission
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