Brazilian film “I Touched All Your Stuff” at MoMI

The Museum of the Moving Image will screen the Brazilian film “I Touch All Your Stuff” (“A Vida Privada dos Hipopótamos) this Friday, January 16, at 7:30 pm.

The Cultural Affairs department of the Consulate General of Brazil in New York is running a ticket draw for this screening. Check it out: www.facebook.com/brazilconsulateny.

Dirs. Maíra Bühler, Matias Mariani. Brazil, 2014, 89 mins. DCP. New York premiere. Chris Kirk, an affable and seemingly gullible American man in a Brazilian jail for drug trafficking, recounts his jaw-dropping saga—a romance with an alluring and elusive Japanese-Colombian woman that went remarkably wrong. This riveting tale of obsession and deception, filled with images, emails, and video from Kirk’s computer is an offbeat, provocative documentary for the Internet age. Preceded byEinschnitte (Dir. Lina Rodriguez. Canada, 2013, 4 mins.) A Super-8 study of Viennese statues, revealing how history haunts modern Austria.

 

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