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by Petra Costa, Lea Glob


Olmo and the Seagull is a poetic and existential dive into an actress’s mind during the nine months of her pregnancy as she confronts fiery inner demons while trying to conceive a new philosophy of life, identity and love. Underlying this hybrid film is mounting tension over what is real and what is enacted when one performs one's own life. Freely inspired by Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway, the directors propose a "mise-en-scène" of the actors' lives constantly playing in the border of fiction and non-fiction.

international title: Olmo & the Seagull
original title: Olmo & the Seagull
country: Denmark, Brazil, Portugal, France
sales agent: Taskovski Films
year: 2015
genre: documentary
directed by: Petra Costa, Lea Glob
film run: 85'
release date: FR 31/08/2016
screenplay: Petra Costa, Lea Glob
cast: Olivia Corsini, Serge Nicolai, Arman Saribekyan, Sylvain Jailloux, Francis Ressort
cinematography by: Muhammed Hamdy, Nadim Carlsen, Lisa Persson
film editing: Marina Meliande, David Barker, Thor Martin Duus Ochsner, Tina Baz
music: Adam Taylor
producer: Charlotte Pedersen, Luís Urbano, Tiago Pavan, Joaquim Carvalho, Madeleine Ekman, Tim Robbins, Bernardo Bath
co-producer: Daniel Chabannes de Sars, Corentin Dong-Jin Sénéchal
production: Zentropa Entertainments, Busca Vida Filmes, O Som e a Fúria, Epicentre Films
distributor: Epicentre Films
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