Triggered by questions, by the German anecdote about blue/red ink, and narrated by what appears to be a GPS, Rafael Baptista's film questions what is fiction and what is reality from the use of archive images. Codes, meanings: to what extent can’t a fictional narration build the real? In the time of fake news, dialogue becomes crucial. However, “for communication to take place, fiction is needed".



Rafael Baptista Born in 1992, Rafael Baptista initially majored in International Relations before devoting himself to the dream of making movies. From there, he graduated in Film School Darcy Ribeiro and completed his first film, ‘Polis’.


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