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The Absence That Moves Us (2011)

A Falta Que Nos Move (original title)
Documentary or fiction? Actors or characters? A recording of real life or scenes? Did it really happened or was it all staged? - This is the first film by acclaimed stage director ... See full summary »

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Cristina Amadeo ...
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Pedro Brício ...
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Dani Fortes ...
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Documentary or fiction? Actors or characters? A recording of real life or scenes? Did it really happened or was it all staged? - This is the first film by acclaimed stage director Christiane Jatahy, with cinematography by Walter Carvalho and produced by Tambellini Filmes. The film is about the subtle boundary between reality and fiction. On Christmas's Eve, during twelve hours straight and in a single location, five actors were filmed uninterruptedly by three hand-held cameras. They were waiting for someone. They wonder if he will ever come. The reunion of these five friends, the absences, the joys and the pains are shared by all at the peak of tension. The film within a film reveals itself. The main purpose of the film is to probe deeply into human complexities. To expose each of the actors through an alteration of their emotional states: the web of subtle, emotional relationships among individuals in a group of very close friends. The recording of this radical encounter also brings ... Written by Tambellini Filmes

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1 July 2011 (Brazil)  »

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BRL 109,437,470 (estimated)
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