North American Premiere!

Director Marcelo Lordello in person at all screenings!

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In this gentle, understated drama, an upper-middle-class 12-year-old learns how Brazil’s other half lives when she and her sullen older brother are left behind by their parents in a rural backwater. Soon, Cris (ably played by Maria Luiza Tavares, who carries the film from beginning to end) is taken in by a family living in a squatter farming community, where she waits for mom and pop to return. And waits and waits. Another fine debut from the Recife film scene, source of last year’s ND/NF hit Neighboring Sounds. Travel support provided by Ancine.

  • Directed By Marcelo Lordello
  • 2012
  • Brazil
  • DCP
  • 105 minutes