節目介紹 Introduction

不美好星期天 (巴西/法國/2018/喜劇/劇情)

DOMINGO (BRAZIL/FRANCE/2018/COMEDY/DRAMA)

 

語言:葡萄牙語

Language: Portuguese

 

劇介

2003年1月1日,巴西全國上下慶祝魯拉總統歷史性的就職典禮,兩個來自南里奧格蘭德州的中產階級家庭齊聚在一棟老房子裡,飲酒烤肉,家族秘辛與心酸隱然浮現。今天原本是尋常的一天,恬淡而平靜。但新總統向巴西人民承諾將帶來改變,讓掌管家中大權 Laura深深擔憂,她害怕看到自己的權威和財富一步步消失。

 

 

劇介

本片描述巴西總統盧拉在2003年1月1日歷史性就職典禮當時,南里奧格蘭德州內陸一個資產階級家庭裡的多重視角。在這次家庭會議上,許多真相即將浮出水面,不安的情緒顯而易見。

 

導演:菲力普巴柏沙(《走出豪宅的第一天》,2014年),克拉拉林哈奇

製片:馬塞洛馬亞,克拉拉林哈奇,菲力普巴柏沙,約翰科爾努

製作公司:Arte France Cinema, Canal Brasil, Damned Films

演員:伊塔拉南迪,卡蜜拉莫加多,奧古斯托馬代拉,瑪莎諾維爾

 

獎項與影展:

菲力普巴柏沙,克拉拉林哈奇

  • 2018年威尼斯影展威尼斯日
  • 2019年Cinema Jove瓦倫西亞國際電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2019年弗龍泰拉電影節國際長片類觀眾票選獎
  • 2019年聖瑪麗亞達費拉影展,最佳影片
  • 2018年哈瓦那電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2019年利馬拉丁美洲電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2019年邁阿密電影節最佳影片入圍
  • 2018年威尼斯影展威尼斯日平行單元最佳影片入圍

 

其他

  • 2019年弗龍泰拉電影節國際長片最佳女主角,伊塔拉南迪
  • 2019年聖瑪麗亞達費拉電影節美術設計,拉斐爾佛斯蒂尼
  • 2018年里約熱內盧國際電影節最佳女主角,伊塔拉南迪
  • 2018年威尼斯影展Hearst電影獎入圍,克拉拉林哈奇

 

影評:

  • 「⋯⋯本片集結了巴西影視圈三位著名女星:伊塔拉南迪(《Ways of the Heart》)、卡蜜拉莫加多(《Olga》)以及瑪莎諾維爾(《Entre Nós》)⋯⋯」
  • 克拉拉林哈奇及菲力普巴柏沙:「《不美好星期天》描述在盧拉當選總統之後,巴西上層階級感到擔憂與不確定」
  • 本片描述一個混亂局面,充滿懸念。故事背景設定在巴西歷史的關鍵時刻,當時社會面對不確定的一刻。攝影師露易絲波特凱以視覺效果呈現了當時的狀態,靜態的戶外鏡頭在時間流逝之下似乎沒有任何改變,但在室內則以手持攝影機跟拍每個角色,暗示他們內心的激動、主觀性和世界觀。

 

Synopsis

January 1st, 2003. As Brazil celebrates President Lula's historic investiture, two middle-class provincial families from Rio Grande do Sul gather in an old, poorly maintained house, around a champagne-fired barbecue, family secrets and frustrations. Domingo could be a day like any other, a sweet and peaceful day. But the changes promised to the Brazilian people by the new president deeply worry Laura, the matriarch, who fears to see his authority and wealth disappear a little more.

 

Synopsis

The film follows the multiple points of view of a bourgeois family in the interior of the state of Rio Grande do Sul on January 1, 2003, when Brazil was undergoing the historic inauguration of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. During this family meeting, many truths are about to come to light and the unease among those present is evident.

 

Director: Fellipe Barbosa (Casa Grande, 2014), Clara Linhart

Producers: Marcello Maia, Clara Linhart, Fellipe Barbosa, Yohann Cornu

Production Co: Arte France Cinema, Canal Brasil, Damned Films

Cast: Ítala Nandi, Camila Morgado, Augusto Madeira, Martha Nowill

 

Awards & Festivals:

Fellipe Barbosa, Clara Linhart

  • Giornate Degli Autori, Venice, 2018.
  • Best Film Nominee, Cinema Jove – Valencia International Film Festival, 2019.
  • International Feature Film, Audience Award, Festival de Cinema da Fronteira, 2019.
  • Best Film, Cineclubes Award, Festival de Cinema Luso-Brasileiro de Santa Maria da Feira, 2019.
  • Best Film Nominee, Havana Film Festival, 2018.
  • Irresistables Competition Nominee (for Best Film), Lima Latin American Film Festival 2019.
  • Best Film Nominee, Miami Film Festival, 2019.
  • Best Film Nominee (Venice Day), Venice Film Festival, 2018.

 

Others

  • Itala Nandi, International Feature Film Best Actress, Festival de Cinema da Fronteira, 2019.
  • Rafael Faustini, Art Direction (Special Jury Award), Festival de Cinema Luso-Brasileiro de Santa Maria da Feira, 2019.
  • Itala Nandi, Best Actress, Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival, 2018.
  • Clara Linhart, Hearst Film Award Nominee, Venice Film Festival, 2018.

 

Reviews:

  • “…The ensemble cast is highlighted by trio of standout female performers and Brazilian film and TV regulars in Ítala Nandi (“Ways of the Heart”), Camila Morgado (“Olga”) and Martha Nowill (“Entre Nós”)…”
  • Clara Linhart y Fellipe Barbosa: “Domingo portrays the fear and uncertainty that overwhelmed the Brazilian aristocracy in the wake of Lula’s election”
  • Domingo is thus, well, shambolic, a story full of loose ends. This finally feels very appropriate for a film set at a key moment in Brazilian history that, at least at the time, felt hugely uncertain and disruptive. Cinematographer Louise Botkay helps suggest this in her visuals as well, opting for static, almost stately shots outdoors, where time passes yet nothing seems to change, and handheld camerawork indoors that stays close to the characters, suggesting their agitation, subjectivity and limited world view.