“The crew was sending me texts saying ‘Iuli what happened? The scenes that we shot last year are becoming reality!’ It was bizarre because it was supposed to be a sci-fi and surrealistic and not at all realistic. So it was a strange feeling” – Iuli Gerbase, director of The Pink Cloud.
Brazilian film The Pink Cloud, a pandemic-themed movie that screened at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, depicts a world where people are forced to live under lockdown for years.
It’s not a response to COVID-19 because it was shot before the pandemic took hold. But the film directed by Iuli Gerbase uncannily mirrors reality.
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