José Leonilson, a brazilian visual artist, keeped track of his daily life through a voice recorder. The movie reconstructs Leonilson’s relationships, self-doubts, family issues, as well as the discovery of being HIV-positive.
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Leonilson's artwork and personal recordings are so full of passion and honesty that they could remain interesting on their own. Nader manages to create a visual collage that makes this documentary not only about Leonilson's life, but also about some sort of sensibility and angst which are familiar to a lot of queer lifes and narratives.