Articles by Rui Freitas

Journalist, Director. Degree in Art Studies. He writes poetry and short stories, paints with almost everything and digresses about the arts. It is an irrecoverable dilettante.
September 13, 2021 0

The Night House, by David Bruckner

By Rui Freitas

Beth's dreams are vivid, and mix with reality, as if they were two-dimensional, and when they end when she wakes up, already with daylight, there is the doubt of how much what she just lived was just a dream.

September 10, 2021 0

Run, by Aneesh Chaganty

By Rui Freitas

Diane sees her mask fall and faces her daughter, whose fight then seems to be for survival, but in the end the answers are there at home and Chloe will discover them the hard way.

June 18, 2021 0

A Conversation with Richard Sorce

By Rui Manuel Sousa and Rui Freitas

Bossambal Brazil, Richard Sorce's fourth album, continues the path of exploration and reconfiguration of the Brazilian sounds that he loved for a long time. Samba a Bossa Nova and Ballads are a source of inspiration and raw material for this, after all, Jazz musician.

By: Rui Manuel Sousa and Rui Freitas

June 11, 2021 0

A conversation with Luísa Fresta

By Rui Freitas

Luísa Fresta addresses themes such as loneliness, abandonment, personal trauma, betrayal, fear…, in a very rich language seasoned with slang regionalisms and even slang; with descriptions of a detail that transform text into image. Stories also from us, from our street, from our neighborhood

April 29, 2021 0

Luiza de Jesus - The Killer of the Wheel

By Rui Freitas

Maria Henrique is transfigured and reconfigured again and again, under the dominion of Luíza de Jesus who owns her; she is condemned on the way to the gallows, while being attenuated (burned with red-hot tongs), a lost face without an identifiable expression, but not only.