Ophelia presents herself in three versions of herself, played by three actresses: the one who speaks, the one who thinks and the one who listens. One is the present and the vision about itself. The other, the thinking and the vision about the reality of situations. The last one, the looks of several people, from your point of view. It is the story of a contemporary Ophelia who carries the weight of living in a man-made society.
In Shakespeare's play, Hamlet is plagued by his father's death. After discovering that his uncle killed him to take over the reign, the young prince seeks revenge. But in this way while pretending to be crazy to get revenge, he ends up provoking the possible suicide of his beloved, Ophelia, who goes crazy and dies drowning. In water, it is immersed, literally and symbolically, in the silenced female voice, and drowning is the instrument that engulfs it in overwhelming desires and torments. From drowning, in "I Want to Die with My Own Poison," Ophelia arises, who no longer wants to shut up or succumb. The one who questions and can not bear to carry so much water in the chest.
Author: Ana Carolina | Directed by: Mika Lins | Cast: Luiza Curvo, Luisa Micheletti and Luna Martinelli | Lighting: Caetano Vilela | Scenario and Costume Design: Cassio Brasil | Original soundtrack: Marcelo Pelegrini | Body Shaper: Diogo Granato | Second Unit Director or Assistant Director: Daniel Mazzarolo | Production: Dani Angelotti
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