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The Other One
Dália and Júlia do not know each other: the former lives in the year 1959 and the latter in 2011. A stage split between the two historical times illustrates the journey of these women, both distinct and somehow related. The play portrays a day in their lives: while Dália is home waiting for an envelope whose content is unknown to the audience, Júlia is on the verge of making an important professional decision that will turn her whole life upside down. Their stress builds up as time goes by and, at a certain point, the two of them meet face to face through a time tunnel of sorts.
- Theatre Company
- Gávea Filmes
- Parental rating
- Not recommended for children under 12
- 51 min
- Original language
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Clarice Niskier
- Lícia Manzo
- Marcelo Alonso Neves
- Cristina Flores, Tânia Costa
- Teatro do Leblon - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
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