Will-o’-the-wisp

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Will-o’-the-wisp

A Film by João Pedro Rodrigues

2022 - France/Portugal - Fantasy/LGBT/Musical - 1.85 - 67 min.

with Anabela Moreira , Margarida Vila-Nova , Miguel Loureiro , Ana Bustorff & Raquel Rocha Vieira

NOMINATED FOR THE LUX AUDIENCE AWARD 2023

Language: Portuguese
Produced by João Matos , Vincent Wang & João Pedro Rodrigues

On his deathbed, his royal highness Alfredo, King without a crown, is taken back to distant youth memories and the time he dreamt of becoming a fireman. The encounter with instructor Afonso from the fire brigade, opens a new chapter in the life of the two young men immersed in love and desire, and the will to change the status quo.

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Directors' Fortnight
TIFF 2022
Festival de Sevilla
Grand Jury Award
Official Section
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Directors' Week Competition
LUX Audience Award
2023
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