Morte (Death)

Morte (Death)

Morte (Death) (1991)

Short fiction film directed by Bruno “Mitih” Viana.

Original soundtrack by Antonio Celso Ribeiro

Actress: Kênia Rocha

“Morte” has an expressionist aesthetical appeal, filmed in ‘black and white’ with a vintage touch. The film also inserts in the trend of “Z-movies” which arose in the mid-1960s as an informal description of certain unequivocally non-A films, characterizing low-budget pictures with quality standards well below those of most B movies and even so-called C movies.

Plot: “Between the definitely living and the definitely dead passes this eternal instant that is death. The existential question arises when, if not answered, it is swallowed up: Is death the key to existence?”

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