A VIDA SÃO DOIS DIAS (LIFE LASTS TWO DAYS)
Free spirit Rómulo is relatively new to Rio de Janeiro and feels quite at home. Tracking the car that has just broken his new motorbike, he ends up at the flat of a soap star. Leonardo Mouramateus' somewhat peculiar film narrative then shifts the focus onto Rómulo's twin brother Orlando, who works as a book merchant in Lisbon. A manuscript of Rómulo’s brings the biographies of the estranged brothers back together. In five chapters, characters, times and countries merge into each other – as do relationships and satire.