After his epic three-part adaptation of Arabian Nights, Miguel Gomes is back with The Tsugua Diaries. Co-directed with Maureen Fazendeiro, the film will have it’s premiere at Cannes Directors’ Fortnight.
Carloto Cotta, Crista Alfaiate, João Nunes Monteiro 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.
The Tsugua Diaries was made in Portugal as “a lockdown journal” and “a fiction”. The feature is produced by Portugal’s O Som e a Fúria & Uma Pedra No Sapato.