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Marina Abramovic In Brazil: The Space In Between (2016)

The Space in Between: Marina Abramovic and Brazil (original title)
In search of personal healing and artistic inspiration, Marina Abramovic travels through Brazil experiencing sacred rituals and exploring limits between art, immateriality and consciousness. How far will she go to create her work of art?

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Marco Del Fiol (as Marco Aurélio del Fiol)

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Jasmin Pinho (collaborating writer), Marina Abramovic (co-writer) | 2 more credits »
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Marina Abramovic ... Self
João de Deus João de Deus ... Self
Andy Grice Andy Grice ... Self (as Andy Grace)
Dorothy W. Cooke Dorothy W. Cooke ... Self
Itamir Damião Itamir Damião ... Self
Florentina Pereira Dos Santos Florentina Pereira Dos Santos ... Self (as Dona Flor)
Aldaci Dos Santos Aldaci Dos Santos ... Self (as Dadá)
Narcisa Cândido da Conceição Narcisa Cândido da Conceição ... Self (as Mãe Filhinha)
Zezito Duarte Zezito Duarte ... Self
Maya Parvati Bastos Duarte Maya Parvati Bastos Duarte ... Self
Rudá Iandé Rudá Iandé ... Self
Denise Maia Denise Maia ... Self
Matheus Miranda Mattos Matheus Miranda Mattos ... Self
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Marina Abramovic travels through Brazil, in search of personal healing and artistic inspiration, experiencing sacred rituals and revealing, for the first time, her creative process. The route is comprised of poignant encounters with healers and sages from the Brazilian countryside, exploring the limits between art, immateriality and consciousness.This external trip triggers in Marina a profound introspective journey through memories, pains and past experiences. A mixture between road movie, direct cinema, recorded performances and spiritual thriller, the documentary brings an unprecedented approach of the intimate creative process of one of the most important artists of our time. Written by Casa Redonda

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Self Indulgent
25 October 2016 | by necid-70967See all my reviews

I had a lot of expectations from this film, having been following Abramovic work, and appreciating it, for many years. I was disappointed. Marina 'tours' Brazil, seeking spiritual guidance and healing. She meets many types of healer saints and the film allows us a glimpse into the complex and varied means through which people try to alleviate their pain and despair. However the film carelessly drifts into a narcissistic journey, and everyone and everything in this film is about Marina's self indulgence. It suffers from two main shortcomings. Nothing about Brazil as a nation in crisis, and nothing about the way access to shooting had been obtained. There is a troubling sense of an ethical breach in this film: did all these people we watch really consented to being filmed? How was permission granted? How were the scenes arranged? Planned? Directed? The film could have been much more interesting if we as viewers understood more about the background, instead of forcing us to the not very interesting account of Marina's obviously very comfortable VIP travels. All in all, a pretentious documentary which leaves little to think about and enjoy at both the cinematographic and narrative levels.


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19 May 2016 (Brazil) See more »

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