A film about a small family living far away from urban centers recalls Stanley Kubrick.
Director of films such as 'Me, You, Them' (2000) and 'Chacrinha' (2018), Andrucha Waddington jokes that cinema is an art 48 by 48: 48 months to do and 48 hours to know if it worked out.
The last part of the comment involves filmmakers (including himself), producers and distributors. It usually takes two days to know whether or not a movie should have a good box office, over the following few weeks or months. The first snippet of the director's boutade, about the four years to make a movie, may be worth most of the productions, but not for his latest feature film 'O Juízo' which opens on Thursday (5th)..
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