The Last Bath (2020 film)
The Last Bath is a Portuguese feature film directed by David Bonneville and it is set in northern Portugal (between Porto and the Douro-valley region). The film is a French-Portuguese co-production funded by the Portuguese Film Board (ICA), the French Film Board (CNC), RTP and Eurimages. The film World Premiered at the Tokyo International Film Festival, and was in the Official Selection of the São Paulo International Film Festival. The film was a contender for the Ingmar Bergman Award at the Gothenburg Film Festival and listed as one of the Best Film by Swedish Filmmtop magazine. The main cast of The Last Bath is comprised by Anabela Moreira, Martim Canavarro, Margarida Moreira, Rodrigo Santos and Miguel Guilherme.
The film has earned great reviews at UKs Screen Daily "a strong festival title which should generate debate" and Papodecinema (Brazil) "The Last Bath is an aesthetic delight, but also a moving study of characters."
Josefina is a 40-year old nun who is about to take her perpetual vows. She is called back to her childhood village to attend her father’s funeral when she meets her 15-year old nephew who has been abandoned by his mother. Isolated, back in the old family house, the nun and her nephew feel disconcerted as religion, family, and love become entangled.
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