From Brazil, an unsparing new take on the home-invasion horror genre that will surprise and disturb.
Dir. Daniel Bandeira / Brazil / 2023 / Brazilian Portuguese with English subtitles
Traumatised by a violent encounter from her past, Tereza (Malu Galli) has become a recluse. Hoping to ease her anxiety, her husband buys a state-of-the-art armoured car to transport her to their family country estate. Unbeknownst to them, the estate workers, suddenly and unfairly dismissed after years of exploitation, have decided to take matters into their own hands. Writer-director Daniel Bandeira never lessens his grip on the audience throughout this taut, anxiety-laden thriller, shot by Bacurau’s cinematographer Pedro Sotero. A politically twisted take on the home-invasion film, Property may have the unlikely after-effect of making one sympathise with landlords.
Anna Bogutskaya, Film and Talks Programmer
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Writer-director: Daniel Bandeira
Daniel Bandeira started in the audiovisual sector in 2001 through his production company, Símio Filmes. As an editor, he collaborated with several directors from Recife's cinema wave, such as Kleber Mendonça Filho, Camilo Cavalcanti and Gabriel Mascaro. In 2007, he debuted as a writer and director in feature films with his film Amigos de Risco. Since then, he has co-directed some short films, like Sob a Pele (2011), with Pedro Sotero, and Soledad (2015), with Joana Gatis and Flávia Vilela. As an editor, he edited the features The Devil's Knot (2018), a collective production by Vermelho Profundo and Brasil S/A, by Marcelo Pedroso, for which he won the Best Editing award at the 2014 Brasília Film Festival. Property is his second feature film project.
Producers: Kika Latache, Lívia de Melo
Cast: Malu Galli, Zuleika Ferreira, Tavinho Teixeira
Sales Agent: Loco Films
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Photo: Malu Galli (Tereza) in Property
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