One case told by the film's director, Wagner de Assis, is about an elderly man who introduced himself at the entrance to the set and asked to speak to him. The person responsible for filming promised to contact the director to pass on the message, and then…
— The leader of the plateau, Alex, wanted the radio. The moment he leaned down to look at the radio and listen to the direction channel, he looked up: the man in front of him had disappeared, says Wagner de Assis. – He was terrified, thinking that man had run towards me. He ran the entire movie set and never saw this guy again. For him, who was not used to it, it was very scary.
The director recounts another strange case, this time with testimonies of the actors who participated in the recordings, Edson Cellulari and Fernanda Rodriguez.
We were filming on a set that was a spiritual center. It was closed and the entire cast was inside the set. No one entered, and no one left. They started to smell a very strong rose scent. That day, there was a medium visiting the site, Nelson Martins Soares, a friend of mine, who is an embodiment medium. I looked at him. He started laughing and said: We have visitors.
Wagner was already accustomed to this climate during recordings. In addition to “Meu Lar”, from 2010, he also has other features of this kind on his resume, such as “Kardec” and the documentary “Chico para Semper”, from 2022. In November, he began recording “As Irmías Fox” , which tells the story of three Americans involved in the origins of “modern Western spirituality.”
– When I read the books, I knew that they were cinematic, in addition to being great literary products. The copyrights were acquired in 2005, including “Nosso Lar – Os Mensageiros” and some other books in the series that we will turn into a movie. I want to work on (versions) 3, 4 and 5. But the third version is definitely coming soon.
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