Mário and Cláudia are going through a conflictive divorce process, marked by the dispute over the custody of their two children (5-year-old Matthew and 6-year-old Francisco).
Mário is an untraditional father, who sees joy as the main rule of education, but, through negligence or bad luck, subjects his children to unconventional situations; Cláudia is ambitious and focused on work.
The children live alternately with their parents, a division that is jeopardized when Mário is prevented from being with his children and Cláudia takes a job in another country.
With the children’s wisdom, Francisco and Mateus will cause the parents to reevaluate their deepest convictions and put grudges into perspective.
In an open-air cinema format, the curtains open at 9:30 pm, with free entrance limited to the capacity of the space.
For more information, contact José Lúcio da Silva Theatre (244 823 600).