Everyday stories of silence. The portrait of a remote village, Lanheses, that shows the simple movement of people and their work lives, more as a cinematic experience than an explicit political manifesto.
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A rare film in Portuguese cinema: the ethnographic gaze of António Reis shaped with a theatrical observation of a community, in which its inhabitants are simultaneously actors and individuals, with a realistic representation of a represented reality. Subverting the realism, introduces dissonant elements in the sound and in its relation with image, with a lexicon of zooms. of approaching-distancing, writing a/in film.