Sharing his daily life in confinement, the charismatic Brendo enacts his dreams and plans for the future. Through an affectionate and equally amusing dynamic, director and character envision journeys together until post-pandemic days. Through the portrait of a young man and his generation, and with the distinctive sensibility of his films “Esse amor que nos consome”, (Olhar 13), e “Mais do que eu possa me reconhecer”, (Olhar 15), Allan Ribeiro looks at the present-day of a crumbling country and reinvents horizons that we seldom see by way of screens and windows. *(C.M)
Allan Ribeiro holds a BA degree in Cinema from UFF (2006). He directed 3 feature films: "Esse Amor Que Nos Consome" (2012), "Mais do Que Eu Possa Me Reconhecer" (2015), and "O Dia da Posse" (2021-premiere). The first 2 films were awarded at festivals such as Olhar de Cinema, Brasília, Tiradentes, and APCA. His filmography also includes the short films "O Brilho dos Meus Olhos" (2006), "Ensaio de Cinema" (2009), "O Clube" (2014), "O Quebra-cabeça de Sara" (2017), and the series "Noturnas" (2016) with 46 short-documentary episodes.