Susana Nobre films “what a family can be” and this can be seen in Berlin | Movie theater

For those who know the cinema of director Susana Nobre (Lisbon, 1974), City Rabat, his fifth feature film, which has its world premiere this Saturday at the Berlin festival (Forum section, non-competitive), will initially seem to bring nothing new. It’s the same attentive and discreet look at people that cinema doesn’t usually look at, in moments of transition in their lives: in this case, Helena, a woman who works in cinema and whom her mother’s death launches, almost without her noticing, that, for a small emotional limbo, as if the ties were loosened from real life.

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