節目介紹 Introduction

過曝青春(巴西/2018/劇情)

RUST (BRAZIL/2018/DRAMA)

FERRUGEM

語言:葡萄牙語

Language: Portuguese

 

*入選2018台北電影節「未來之光」單元
 

劇介

16歲女孩Tati開朗活潑,喜歡在社群網絡上分享她的快樂時刻,她非常期待與同學的週末旅行,知道可以趁機多了解神秘的同學Renet。Renet出身一個不把事情公開說出來的家庭,目前,父子之間不言而喻的事情是Renet的母親離開了,留下前夫David獨自照顧兒子。David也是Tati和Renet學校裡的老師。最近在學校裡,學生們紛紛轉傳一段私密影片⋯⋯

 

導演:艾利沐利提巴

製片:小安東尼奧

製作公司:Grafo Audiovisual

主演:蒂芬妮多普克,喬瓦尼迪洛倫茲,佩德羅伊努,安立奎迪亞茲,克拉麗莎基斯特,杜達艾澤維多

 

獎項:

艾利沐利提巴

2019年巴西電影大獎最佳導演入圍

2019年巴西電影大獎最佳劇本(原創)入圍

2018年格拉瑪度電影節最佳影片

2018年格拉瑪度電影節最佳劇本

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳導演入圍

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳劇本入圍

2018年聖塞巴斯蒂安國際電影節地平線獎入圍

2018年西雅圖國際電影節伊比利亞美洲競賽單元(《過曝青春》通過創造性的結構和非凡的表演,凸顯了非常重要的問題,因此我們將伊比利亞美洲競賽評審團獎授予本片)

2018年日舞影展世界電影單元,劇情片入圍

 

其他

2019年巴西電影大獎最佳男配角入圍,安立奎迪亞茲。

2018年全國影視會議獎最佳剪輯,若昂門納巴雷托

2018年格拉瑪度電影節最佳音效入圍,亞歷山大羅戈斯基。

2018年格拉瑪度電影節最佳剪輯入圍,若昂門納巴雷托及葛拉佛AV。

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳攝影入圍

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳剪輯入圍

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳製作設計入圍

2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳音效入圍

2019年格拉尼獎最佳新進女演員

2019年瓜拉尼獎最佳新進男演員入圍,喬瓦尼迪洛倫茲

 

影評:

巴西導演艾利沐利提巴講述了社群媒體時代青少年創傷的警世故事,涵蓋了熟悉的主題,充滿活力的風格。

巴西電影導演艾利沐利提巴在這部令人深思的劇情片探索了科技的危險。

一部令人深思的劇情片,探討了毒性社群媒體文化的可怕後果。

「艾利沐利提巴令人不安的第二部長片,巧妙地將兩個年輕角色的故事編織在一起,描述網路原生代對科技的高度依賴。」

「艾利沐利提巴帶出演員的出色表演,片中清楚傳達了對性別歧視和權力的尖銳批評,使得兩者在我們日常生活中無所遁形。」日舞影展

「《過曝青春》探討的是全球關注的復仇色情、霸凌和厭女等時代現象,同時也細膩描述了受害者和肇事者的幾個錯誤決定,就能夠毀掉一個人的生活⋯⋯是最精彩的課後特別節目。」萊絲莉費爾培林,好萊塢報導者

 

Synopsis 

 

Tati is a 16-year-old girl, joyful and lively, who likes to share her happiest moments on social networks. She eagerly looks forward to a weekend trip with her school friends. She knows this may be a good opportunity to get to better know Renet, her mysterious classmate. Renet belongs to a family where things are not openly said, merely suggested, and most often in silence. The current unspoken matter between father and son is the departure of Renet's mother, who left David, her ex-husband, alone to care for the boy. David is a teacher at the school where Tati and Renet study. The hot topic at school is a video shared among the students in which the girl appears in a compromising situation.

 

Director: Aly Muritiba

Producer: Antônio Junior

Production Co: Grafo Audiovisual

Cast: Tifanny Dopke, Giovanni Di Lorenzi, Pedro Inoue, Enrique Diaz, Clarissa Kiste, Dudah Azevedo

 

Awards:

Aly Muritiba

Best Director Nominee, Cinema Brazil Grand Prize, 2019.

Best Screenplay (Original) Nominee, Cinema Brazil Grand Prize, 2019.

Best Film, Gramado FF, 2018.

Best Screenplay, Gramado FF, 2018.

Best Director Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Best Screenplay Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Horizons Award Nominee, San Sebastian IFF, 2018.

Ibero American Competition (for highlighting a very important issue, through an inventive structure and phenomenal performances, we present the Ibero-American Competition Jury Award to Aly Muritiba's Rust), Seattle IFF, 2018.

World Cinema – Dramatic Nominee, Sundance FF, 2018.

 

Others

Enrique Diaz, Best Supporting Actor Nominee, Cinema Brazil Grand Prize, 2019.

Joao Menna Barreto, Best Editing, Encontro nacional de cinema e video dos sertoes, 2018.

Alexandre Rogoski, Best Sound Nominee, Gramado FF, 2018.

Joao Menna Barreto and Grafo AV, Best Editing Nominee, Gramado FF, 2018.

Best Cinematography Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Best Editing Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Best Production Design Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Best Sound Nominee, Havana FF, 2018.

Best Female Newcomer, Premio Guarani, 2019.

Giovanni de Lorenzi, Best Male Newcomer Nominee, Premio Guarani, 2019.

 

Reviews:

Brazilian director Aly Muritiba's cautionary tale of teen trauma in the social media age covers familiar themes with sometimes vibrant style. 

Brazilian filmmaker Aly Muritiba explores the dangers of technology in this brooding drama. 

This brooding drama explores the terrible consequences of toxic social media culture. 

“Aly Muritiba’s unsettling second feature masterfully weaves together the stories of its two young characters, capturing the prevalence of technology in the lives of a generation that has never known connection without it. Muritiba coaxes outstanding performances from the cast that bring to life a biting critique of sexism and power, shining a light on the everyday ways in which they seep in and corrode our lives.” Sundance Film Festival  

“[Rust] manages to tap into zeitgeist-y discussions around revenge porn, bullying and misogyny raging worldwide at the moment, while still attempting to construct a nuanced understanding of how just a few bad decisions, by both victim and perpetrator, can ruin lives. […] The best kind of after-school special.” Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter