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The film “Deserto Particular”, by Aly Muritiba, premieres this week on the commercial circuit of cinemas throughout Brazil. Winner of “Best Brazilian Feature Film” by the jury’s choice at the MixBrasil Festival 2021, the feature is nominated for inclusion in the list of films that will compete for an Oscar in the category of “Best Foreign Film” in 2022. At MixBrasil, the film also won the statuette in the “Best Interpretation” category, also chosen by the jury, for actor Pedro Fasanaro.

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The plot features Daniel (Antonio Saboia, from Bacurau), a policeman away from work after making a mistake. He lives in Curitiba, with a sick father, whom he takes care of with devotion. Morose, Daniel speaks little, and smiles even less. His only reason for joy is the mysterious Sara, a girl who lives in the northeastern hinterland. They correspond by mobile app. But suddenly Sara is gone. And Daniel decides to cross the country in search of his love, leaving everything behind, and not knowing what he will find.

“Deserto Particular”, Brazilian representative in the race for Oscar 2022, arrives in theaters – Reproduction

“Deserto Particular” (2021)

DIRECTOR: Aly Muritiba
COUNTRY: Brazil, Portugal
YEAR: 2021

Cast: Antonio Saboia, Pedro Fasanaro
Screenplay: Aly Muritiba, Henrique dos Santos
Cinematography: Luis Armando Arteaga
Editing: Patricia Saramago
Sound: Daniel Turini, Fernando Henna, Henrique Chirciu, Vitor Moraes, Marcos Manna
Music: Felipe Ayres
Production Design: Gabrielle Windmüller, Marcos Pedroso, Fabiola Bonofiglio
Production: Antônio Junior, Aly Muritiba, Luis Galvão Teles, Gonçalo Galvão Teles

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