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Tati and Renet are high school students who share an instant connection over social media that deepens during a class trip. Their nascent relationship screeches to a halt the next day, though, once Tati discovers that her lost phone has resulted in the leaking of an intimate video to the entire school. Desperate for answers and frustrated at the shaming that ensues, Tati tries to hold her head high even as her resolve threatens to crumble. Simultaneously, Renet grapples with instability at home, where his separated parents vie for control over what is best for their children, and their fragmented parenting starts to take its toll.

Aly Muritiba’s unsettling second feature masterfully weaves together the stories of its two young characters, capturing the prevalence of technology in the lives of a generation that has never known connection without it. Muritiba coaxes outstanding performances from the cast that bring to life a biting critique of sexism and power, shining a light on the everyday ways in which they seep in and corrode our lives.

Sat. 1/20, 2:30 p.m., Prospector, PC
Sun. 1/21, 1:00 p.m., Redstone 2, PC
Mon. 1/22, 6:00 p.m., Broadway 6, SLC
Thu. 1/25, 9:00 a.m., Temple, PC
Fri. 1/26, 3:00 p.m., Park Ave., PC

YEAR 2017

SECTION World Drama


RUN TIME 100 min

LANGUAGE Portuguese

SUBTITLES Yes with English subtitles

COMPANY Grafo Audiovisual

WEBSITE http://grafoaudiovisual.com/

EMAIL contato@grafoaudiovisual.com

PHONE +55 4130950608


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Artist Bio

Aly Muritiba

Aly Muritiba has a degree in history and also studied communication and cinema. He's a partner at the production company Grafo Audiovisual. Muritiba has directed two feature films, and his first, To My Beloved, won Sundance Institute's Global Filmmaking Award in 2013. He has also directed nine short films, one of which, Pátio, screened at the Cannes International Critics' Week in 2013 and another, The Factory, that screened at more than 10 international festivals.