Vitória decides to stop taking the abuse at the factory and goes in search of someone who will listen to female workers. Made with employees from a textile company in rural Minas Gerais. An urgent story, now that Brazil's extreme right-wing government is destroying social structures at a rapid rate.
Ricardo ALVES JR. (1982, Brazil) studied Cinema Directing in Buenos Aires. His short films were selected for Critic's Week at the Cannes Film Festival and the film festival of Oberhausen. Alves Jr.'s debut, Raw Material (2006), has brought him many awards. His second film, Invitation Dinner with Comrade Stalin (2007), won an award for Best Experimental Short Film at the Rio de Janeiro film festival. In 2016, he made his first feature, Elon Doesn't Believe in Death.
Ricardo Alves Jr.