Story with some autobiographical touches taken from director's life. Miramar is a teenager raised by his parents to be an artist. But a tragedy occurs in his life: both his parents commit ... See full summary »
Áurea is a sentimental older woman, who befriends teenager Áureo. They like each other, so she talks to him about herself, her spirituality, mysticism and existence itself. They become inseparable, so his jealous mother confronts her.
In pre-war Italy, a young couple have a baby boy. The father, however, is jealous of his son - and the scene moves to antiquity, where the baby is taken into the desert to be killed. He is ... See full summary »
The capital of Yemen, the city of Sana'a, holds an important part of history within its walls filled with medieval architecture and culture. But that same culture was about to disappear ... See full summary »
After watching this movie, being one of the only ones in it to stay through the entire thing in the Brasília Film Festival, I went to the director and asked what was the point of the movie. He said he wasnt the director the director of photography was. Neither of them felt like talking to me. So I went to the main actor who was a pretty cool guy, but he couldnt tell me the point either. In the end, the movie had no point, just some guy walking through the desert, but the photography was pretty beautiful. But only pretty pictures dont make a film.
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