For many years Evandro Scorsin, together with his partners at the production company O Qadro, has believed in cinema as a tool to explore the typical issues of youth. In this film, Scorsin turns the camera on himself while he is confronted by the dilemma of the passing of time and the inevitability of adult life. Through a self-fictional exercise, in which cinema and life merge together, the film is also a cinephile love letter to beloved masters (especially Nicholas Ray). Going back and forth between two countries and times, he reflects on the vertigo of displacement and the reinventions inherent in a migrant experience. (E.V.)
Evandro Scorsin is a director, screenwriter, producer, and editor, with a master's degree in Cinema from the Université Gustave Eiffel, in Paris. Partner of the production company O Quadro, his films seek a visual musicality through color saturation and light effects. He also collaborates for the blog Vestido Sem Costura and for Madonna magazine. He was affiliated with the cinema cineclub at the Filmotheque du Quartier Latin, in Paris. He served as curator during five editions of Metrô - Brazilian University Film Festival.