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  • Brazilian Cinema

Brazil / 2018 / Portuguese with Spanish and English subtitles / 82 min

  • Director 

    Pedro Diógenes , Guto Parente

  • Producer: 

    Clara Bastos, Rogério Mesquita

  •  

    Guto Parente, Pedro Diógenes, Rafael Martins

  • Photography: 

    Victor de Melo

  • Cast: 

    Yuri Yamamoto, Demick Lopes, Samya de Lavor, Rafael Martins, Tatiana Amorim, Paulo Ess, Galba Nogueira, Pedro Domingues, Gustavo Lopes

SCREENINGS

  • Mar 7 - 19:00 Cine Colombia (Plaza Bocagrande) 5

  • Mar 10 - 18:15 Cine Colombia (Caribe Plaza) 3

  • Mar 11 - 16:00 Cine Colombia (Caribe Plaza) 3

SYNOPSIS

In Inferninho, the owner of this grimy bar in the slums struggles with routine, her regular clients and those who work there. All are transvestites, fetishists, dominatrices, or furries, and while there is a place for any fantasy at the bar, all of them come true in a grotesque and dark way. One day, the arrival of a young blond sailor, who looks like an American actor, breaks the circle of this misfit family by sitting next to Deusimar, the owner. In the midst of the grotesque, a great deal of tenderness, loneliness, desolation and sadness can be found in the decadent glamor of the old, seedy bar where the entire movie takes place. The only moments outside of this darkness occur in Deusimar’s dreams, because that is what this film is just about: to dare to dream and to dare to live.

CONTACT & PRESS KIT

Caroline Louise caroline.eliano@gmail.com

DIRECTOR

Pedro Diógenes

Pedro Diógenes

Guto Parente and Pedro Diogenes work together since the very beginning of their careers. Inferninho is the forth feature film they direct together, but the first as a duo. Their films had been exhibited in important film festivals such as Locarno, Rotterdam, AFI, FidMarseille, Viennale, among others.

Guto Parente

Guto Parente

Guto Parente and Pedro Diogenes work together since the very beginning of their careers. Inferninho is the forth feature film they direct together, but the first as a duo. Their films had been exhibited in important film festivals such as Locarno, Rotterdam, AFI, FidMarseille, Viennale,among others.

Brazilian Cinema