- Liz’s Wait
- Brazil/Venezuela, 2019, 115′, col.
- Rights: Festivals, Sales
Liz is surrounded by doubts and uncertainties. Introspective, she searches for the reason why her partner Miguel has gone. While looking for deep inside answers, she feels the need for emotional support from her younger sister Lara. Little by little, the connection between the two sisters becomes more intense. They both rethink their inner values and strengthen their love and admiration. But Lara keeps a secret that justifies Miguel’s disappearance, while Liz observes the power of her empowerment sprout.
Bruno Torres was born in Brasília in October 1st, 1980. He is a Brazilian actor, producer and filmmaker. He directed the short films O Último Raio de Sol, Pequena Paisagem do Meu Jardim, O Tempo do Plano and A Noite por Testemunha, having won more than 60 awards in Brazil and abroad. O Último Raio de Sol participated in the Habana Film Festival 2005 and was awarded the SIGNIS OCIC prize. A Noite Por Testemunha was in the main competition in the Huesca Film Festival 2010. He produced the short film Meu amigo Nietzsche, that won the Audience Award and the prize Fernand Raynaud in the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2014. As an actor he has interpreted the drummer Fê Lemos in the box office success Somos Tão Jovens, by Antônio Carlos da Fontoura, and also the character Vitor in the feature Payback, by André Moraes. Liz’s Wait is his first feature film.
Bruno Torres, Simone Iliescu
Simone Iliescu, Rosanne Mulholland,
Bruno Torres, Zé Carlos Machado,
Ingra Lyberato, Murilo Grossi
Ariadne Mazzetti, Bruno Torres, João Pereira Lima, Marcelo Siqueira, Sascha Kratzer
- Production Company
Aquarela Midwest, Astrals Music Production, Mistika Post