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Divine Love

Divine Love

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IFS fans can take part in a free live-stream Q&A to discuss "Divine Love" Sunday, November 15th at 6:00 pm MST, with director Gabriel Mascaro ("Neon Bull") and acclaimed U.S. film producer Ted Hope (Good Machine, Amazon Studios). Registration is required in advance for this free Zoom event (sign in from anywhere in the world) at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_49xlkM15S1OxeRdilfmGBA.

In the year 2027, in a dystopian Brazil, a deeply religious woman uses her position in a notary’s offce to advance her mission to save struggling couples from divorce. Whilst waiting for a Sign in recognition of her efforts, she is confronted with a crisis in her own marriage that ultimately brings her closer to God.

Divine Love

$9.99

Available Fri November 13, Virtual Screening Room

Brazil, 2019, in Portuguese, Color, 101 min, 2.35 : 1

Screenplay: Gabriel Mascaro, Director: Gabriel Mascaro, Writer: Rachel Ellis, Lucas Paraizo, Esdras Bezerra, Cast: Dira Paes, Júlio Machado, Emílio de Mello, Teca Pereira, Mariana Nunes

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