A feature-length, creative documentary on the lives of Luhli and Lucina, two especially important artists in the alternative cultural scene during the 1970s. In a time when transgression, love and peace guided behavior, we discover the love of two women for art, their spiritual universe, their lives in community and their three-way relationship with photographer Luiz Fernando Borges da Fonseca.
Brazil, 2014, 116 min, DCP 2K
Rafael Saar directed six short films, among them After Everything (2008), with singer Ney Matogrosso and Nildo Parente, as well as Birdman (2011), both of which were screened at several film festivals in Brazil and abroad and won more than ten different awards. In Brasília Film Festival 2012, he received the prize for Best Research for documentary Naked Eye (2012), directed by Joel Pizzini, in which he also worked as an assistant director. Rafael Saar is also the director of a biographical film on singer Baby do Brasil, in production.
|Director, Screenwriter and Editor||Rafael Saar|
|Executive Producers||Daniela Santos
|Line Producer||Eduardo Cantarino|
|Sound Department||Eduardo Silva|
|Sound Editor||Thiago Sobral|
|Research and Director's Assistant||Adil Lepri|
Luiz Carlos Sá