by Tati Otaka and Gustavo Fattori
2014 / Portuguese / Drama / 19min / HD / Color
DIRECTOR Tati Otaka and Gustavo Fattori
WRITER Celso Duvecchi
PRODUCER Leonardo Mecchi
CINEMATOGRAPHER Dhyana Mai
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Luiza Strauss
SOUND MIXER Tomás Franco
FILM EDITOR André Dib
CAST Henrique Schafer, Léo Palhano, Patricia Pichamone, Tatiana Schunck, Thiago Rosseti
SELECTIONS AND AWARDS
Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes
Ezequiel loves Joana. To stay with her, he decides to leave his house, his current wife and a small son, for whom he has a lot of love. The day he finally leaves home, he gets the word that Joana died in a car accident. In addition to accepting his loss, Ezequiel has to delve into himself to quell his mourning, just when his desire was to bring it to the surface.
Tati Otaka works as director and production designer of shorts, educational series, musical clips, documentaries and commercials. She is co-director of the short Fragile Things (2013), produced with a São Paulo City's prize and released at Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes; production designer of a number of commercials and branded contents, of a short named Entulho (2014), awarded in festivals around Brazil and Portugal, and of the short film Pé de Pera (2012), co-produced by the São Paulo State's Department of Cultural Affairs; co-production designer of the musical clip Aurora (2011), and of the short films Tiago, o Pirata e o Caso da Fada dos Dentes (2011), and Márcia tem sorte com os Homens (2012); co-producer and executive producer of Into the ends (2011), short released on Festival Brasileiro de Cinema Universitário; and co-director and co-producer of the short documentary Entre Graffitis (2008).
Gustavo Fattori works with cinematography - as DoP, camera assistant, digital image technician and manager, and technical researcher - in features, shorts, TV and internet series, musical clips, documentaries, and commercials. He wrote and directed the short movies Into the ends (2011), released on Festival Brasileiro de Cinema Universitário, and Pé de Pera (2012), co-produced by the São Paulo State's Department of Cultural Affairs. He also co-directed Fragile Things (2013), produced with a São Paulo City's prize and released at Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes. Gustavo has a degree in Cinema, Radio and Television from the São Paulo University and has worked on projects filmed in the USA, Argentina, and across Brazil.