In a drifting small boat, two women and a man recalls their recent past. One of the woman escaped from the prison; the other one was desperate; and the man had lost his lover. They have no further strength or desire to live and have reached the limit of their existences. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
The scene of the prison escape is shown in parallel with an insert from The Adventurer
(1917), with the title "Carlitos encrencou a zona", meaning: Charlie messed up his way out - where his head with the convict cap emerges just by the side of the prison guard. The sequence is shown as a film-in-the film, during a projection in a theatre with a piano player providing the accompaniment to Charles Chaplin
's silent film. See more
Composed by Igor Stravinsky
Published by Columbia Records (1928) See more