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The long frame suits Thomas's preoccupation with the mountainous terrain and the movement of human bodies across it, which are beautiful to witness but can't compensate for the story's ever-dwindling momentum.
The various interpersonal dynamics at play, though manifested quietly, manage to evoke modern conflicts nearly effortlessly, and in this way the film succeeds as a meaningful journey onto the plantation.
Daniela Thomas previously teamed with other directors, most notably Walter Salles, but "Vazante" marks her first time behind the camera alone. With those decades of experience in mind, this film never feels like a debut.