Also available in: Português
- Duration: 80′
- Rating: 16 anos
Texto/Text: Davi Parizotti Elenco/Casting: Davi Parizotti Direção/Director: Thiago Sak Concepção de cenário/Set designer: Thiago Sak Concepção de figurino/Custom designer: Davi Parizotti Trilha sonora original/Original soundtrack: Diego Rodda Desenho de luz/Lightning designer: Diego Rodda
Classificação indicativa/Rating: 16 anos
SYNOPSIS: On a journey from the 1980s to the present day, we followed flashes of Clessi, Davi and Naná’s track records – all of them affected by the HIV –, each one in his time, and their relationship with seropositivity, their before and after memories, their reminiscences, their follies, their mindless faith…
The ghosts of the past dwelling in the house keep the decadent diva Clessi company in her “museum of great novelties”, awaken her in the summer nights, mess her dreams up, and with them we live dawns of lyricism, disagreement and whisky, much whisky, a lot of lyricism.
Meanwhile, Naná walks through the streets and crossroads of the cities she passes by, praising the holy Marias Padilhas (Afro-brazilian spirits), and trusting each new love she finds at dawn, through plastic rings, cheap perfume, and taking witch doctors cocktails to sweat and transpire her “gay flu” until it heals…
And, as he smells the roses and sleeps with roaches in a Carioca summer, Davi loses his slippers, left in damp and hot apartments, and goes barefoot to what would be the great winter of his life, trying to arrive only the following summer, looking for all his lost slippers in cubicles. “But, life, there, who knows, I was happy?!”, is what is being inquired and replied each and every day…
The gypsy had foretold their fates.Their life lines were broken.
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