Port-Au-Prince (2023)

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Widower Beth lives by herself in the countryside. While facing troubles to maintain her propriety she resists her son’s insistence for her to move with him to an upper-class neighborhood in the city. When a group of Haitian immigrants move close by she asks a Haitian called Bastide to live and work with her, an action that angers her son. But the day-to-day routine transforms Beth and Bastide’s work relationship into a sincere friendship between two people from different backgrounds who share common ideas and feelings.

Título original: Porto Príncipe

Ano: 2023

Duração: 90 min.

Gênero: Fiction

País: Brazil

Tags: Brazil, immigration, polarization, female directors, friendship

Cor: Cor

Direção: Maria Emília Azevedo

Roteiro: Marcelo Esteves

Fotografia: Marx Vamerlatti

Montagem: Natara Ney

Elenco: Selma Egrei, Diderot Senat, Léo Franco, Monica Siedler, Wasmith Destin

Produtor: PH Souza

Produção: 2 Plátanos

Música: Antonio Villeroy

Distribuição: O2 Play