Setting the action on a ferryboat was very challenging and probably the most complex part of the project. On one hand because it was hard to organize a film shooting on a transport boat, where hundreds of passengers were travelling every day. The marine crew follows very strict rules, getting a team of fifty people in their way was not a thin case! On the other hand, because the film was shot in March, during strong storms. The film crew found themselves tossed on this giant of the seas, stuck in a regular movement that made them seasick. It was very intense, very physical, but Paul Marques Duarte (director) often says it contributed to the strong atmosphere of the film. See more »
What a great short film.
Great performances, timely subject matter, beautifully made and directed. Extremely powerful.
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