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“Up to your 30s, you have the face God has given you. After that, you get the face you deserve.” In the first part, a kids entertainer is turning 30 and having a hard time of it. In the second part, seven men in a state of suspended childhood live in the woods according to a set of ritual games.
Portuguese director Miguel Gomes emerged as a star on the 2000s festival circuit with offbeat, playful, inventively genre-bending visions like Tabu and Our Beloved Month of August. Here’s where he begins: a sweet, warped, colorful feature debut that took its director to Rotterdam.