Nelson Ricardo Martins
(Brazilian Art Curator)
"Still recovering from last night’s Film by Silvestre Correia. A critical portrait, raw and without compromise, in relation to the violence brought by the moment currently lived by humanity, with the growth of intolerance brought by the rise of the far right. Fascinating experimental piece that floods us with thoughts about our day-to-day, mediocre and disguised by vain desires. Besides author, Silvestre Correia is also the interpreter, in an act mark by tension, from beginning to end, as he’s able to, without uttering a word, keep his audience in a constant state of suspense. "
(Portuguese Actor and Theatre Director)
Hitchcock Blondes received the following review by Pedro Gil: “It’s always wonderful to witness something unique that is difficult to define or categorize because it didn’t exist until we see it for the first time”
Comunidade Cultura e Arte
The Woman Who Only Lived Once reached number 6 in the top 30 shows of the 2019. This was accompanied by: “The young art maker, using the idea of a absolute funeral for Joan Crawford that gives her no possibility of resurrecting as a phoenix, brings to life a shadowy and nervous and David Lynch-like show that attacks the centre of its viewers’ brains with logical sentences, shouts of terror and silent actions”