Euridice Gusmāo 리뷰의 보이지 않는 삶 – 자매는 가부장제의 고통과 싸웁니다

‘What do you want from life?” 1950년대 리우데자네이루를 배경으로 한 카림 아이누즈의 화려하고 감동적인 멜로 드라마에서 남편이 술에 취해 아내에게 소리를 지른다.. 남자의 아내는 에우리디체다. (줄리아 스토클러) and what she wants is to be a classical pianist. Her husband is angry and hurt: why can’t she just be happy in the kitchen? Adapted from a novel by Martha Batalha, this is the story of Euridice and her sister Guida (Carol Duarte): their inner conflicts and rebellion against the suffocating patriarchy of home.

The film beings a few years earlier: Euridice is 18 and applying to study music in Vienna. Her heart is broken when boy-mad Guida runs away with a no-good sailor to Greece, promising to write when she is married. 예상대로, she returns with a baby bump and no wedding ring. There’s an appalling homecoming scene when their dad, a baker, violently shoves Guida out of the house; she’s nine months pregnant at the time (and the film never lets us forget that violence can be done to these women at any time of a man’s choosing). Unforgivably, Guida’s dad says that Euridice has left Rio and is living in Vienna. The truth is she’s up the road, married to an insightless oaf.

So the two sisters spend their twenties apart and aching for each other – while living in the same city. Guida’s life is harder – a single mother, 가난한, working two jobs – but in her own way she’s happier for not having sacrificed her identity. Euridice looks zombified, like she’s had her soul cut out of her to fit into role of homemaker. Both the two female leads are terrific and there is a powerful intimacy here that is incredibly satisfying. The movie is saturated with emotion and colour, though its novelistic depth brings with it the slightly effortful running time of two hours and 20 의사록.

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