Did You Know?
Art is not anything else but reality. We should be concerned with thinking about the things that are there, and not with the things that are not. 
Costa's films, at least since In Vanda's Room
(2000), have shared certain unique characteristics: they are shot using a digital video camera, "a camera that you can buy in a supermarket," says the director; the production is collaborative, the people on screen 'playing' themselves, supplying their own words and working as an ad hoc film crew with Costa; they use real locations and whatever light ...
Getting incredible performances out of non-actors.