On her birthday, Solange (Cássia Damasceno) is passing through Curitiba to pick up boxes she left behind at friends’ houses when she moved away from the city five years ago. Nathália Tereza and Tomás Osten master the difficult mise-en-scene of awkwardness, misapprehensions, minced words, and disconcerting dialogues. A loose camera, albeit constantly alert to important details, countenances, gazes, and expressions guides us through Solange’s emotionally painful passage to the city that was her once home, but which now seems unwelcoming of her brief return. (G.P.)
Nathália Tereza, Tomás Osten
Nathália Tereza and Tomás Osten met each other while studying Cinema at UNESPAR and together they directed the feature film "Solange". Their short films have been screened at renowned festivals. Nathália directed the films "A Mulher que Sou", "De Tanto Olhar o Céu Gastei Meus Olhos", "A Outra Margem", and "A Casa Sem Separação". Tomás directed "A Street Under", "Vó Maria" and "A Invenção da Noite", in addition to having worked as an editor in several productions.
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