The Tsugua Diaries
“A work that possesses both the whimsy and fearlessness of a student project and the technical vibrancy of a veteran’s opus.” – NY Times
“The actors’ frayed nerves and hard-won affections—and their cinematic results—reveal their roots in the steadfast artistic purpose and the scary uncertainty of the circumstances that bring them together. – The New Yorker
“The Tsugua Diaries is something like Memento for an age of isolation and listlessness.” – Slant Magazine
“Brilliant. The most accomplished and absorbing film about time spent in lockdown that I’ve seen.”
— The New Yorker
Crista, Carloto and João are building an airy greenhouse for butterflies in the garden. The three of them share household routines, day after day… and they are not the only ones.
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