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On 02, Jul 2012 | No Comments | In | By Tangerina

A Starry Sky (1996)

Dalva, a hairdresser who lives in the city of Sao Paulo, wins a trip to Miami in a hair styling contest. At the departure day, Dalva’s former fiance storms into her house and holds her and her mother hostage during his own despair.

A Starry Sky was considered by the Brazilian critics as one of the three most important movies of the 1990s.

 

  • World Premiere – 21st Toronto International Film Festival – 1996

    a production Casa de Produção

    feature film

    fiction

    71 min

    1996


  • Paulo Vespúcio as Victor

    Leona Cavalli as Dalva

    Néa Simões as Mãe de Dalva

    Ligia Cortez as Repórter

    Rosa Petrim

    Norival Rizzo


  • directed by Tata Amaral

    based on the novel “Um Céu de Estrelas” by Fernando Bonassi

    executive producers Renato Bulcão and Maria Ionescu

    screenplay by Jean-Claude Bernardet and Roberto Moreira

    cinematography Hugo Kovensky

    art director Ana Maria Abreu

    editing Idê Lacreta

    sound directing Eduardo Santos Mendes and João Godoy

  •  21st Toronto International Film Festival – World Premiere – 1996

    27th International Film Festival Rotterdam – selection to the ‘The Cruel Machine’ special section – 1998

    47th Berlin International Film Festival – selection to Forum Section – 1997

    Havana Film Festival – Best First Work (Tata Amaral), Special Prize of the Jury (FIPRESCI), Best Editing e Best Sound – 1997

    Festival de Biarritz Amérique Latine – Special Prize of the Jury – 1996

    Boston Latino International Film Festival – Best Film – 1997

    Trieste Festival of Latin American Cinema – Best Film and Special Prize for Best Performance by an Ensemble – 1997

    Festival Films des Femmes de Créteil – Special Prize of the Jury – 1997

    29th Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema – Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Sound Editing and Special Prize of the UNESCO Jury – 1996

    São Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards – Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actress – 1996

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