The Little Life of the Big People – 1993

Two obese movie goers have a life together, until a diet – and a tragedy – separates them.

Filmed in 16mm, this short film is the result of Oficinema, a film workshop made by Luciana Tomasi and Jaime Lerner at the Goethe Institute in 1993.

Directed by: Alunos da Oficinema 1993
General Director: Mathias Allary
Screenplay and Cinematography: Jaime Lerner
Executive Producer: Luciana Tomasi
Soundtrack: Ricardo Severo
Production Manager: Luciana Tomasi
Editing: Vera Freire
Márcia Curcio (Ela) Leverdógil de Freitas (Ele)

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