Tag Archives: Portugal

Lá Fora / Outside (2004) Fernando Lopes, Alexandra Lencastre, Rogério Samora, Maria João Abreu, Drama

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Laura works as a newscaster and José Maria as a stockbroker, and while they live in the same housing complex, their lives never cross directly. Nevertheless, he watches her from a distance, seeing all her movements without her knowledge. But their lives finally meet when he is invited onto her news program. From there, a romance begins which coincides with the desire of two beings who finally find a reason to seek love once again.

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Manô (2005) George Felner, Diogo Infante, Adelaide de Sousa, Comedy, Fantasy

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A crew of construction workers starts destroying a distant ancient film production factory, regarded as an eye sore. They burn left-over reels of old unrecognised films. Manô, an unknown and unremembered film character from the cinema popular in the forties, narrowly escapes extinction and mysteriously projects himself from a piece of celluloid film into the real world. Being a black and white mute film character, and unaware of the new Portugal that awaits him, this hilarious comical character will try to adapt and survive in the new world that surounds him in the capital of Lisbon.

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Portugal S.A. (2004) Ruy Guerra, Diogo Infante, Cristina Câmara, Henrique Viana, Drama, Thriller

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Jacinto Pereira Lopes is manager of a major economic and financial group, which the State returned to its former owner. Jacinto is married to Rosa, a poor but ambitious woman, but never forgot Fatima, a beautiful and brilliant daughter of the family. To save your company, Fatima needs information on the activities of the head of Jacinto and no doubt rekindle the old flame. Jacinto tries to resist pressures in an atmosphere of family chaos, in which his wife encouraged him to be ambitious and cheating on him with other men. Feeling betrayed and used by everyone Jacinto decides to take matters into their own hands, starting to play with the same rules as others.

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Photo (2012) Carlos Saboga, Anna Mouglalis, Simão Cayatte, Johan Leysen, Drama

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Her mother has just died. Her father is not who she thought he was. Elisa feels lost between an uncertain past and a future closed off by the perspective of a marriage. Her search for an unlikely father, also a way for her to escape the present, leads her from Paris to Lisbon. At the end of her trip, a dubious truth opens up a new mystery, like a story whose last word you never find.

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Cama de Gato / Cat’s Cradle (2012) João Miller Guerra, Filipa Reis, Joana Santos, Documentary, Drama, Family

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We wanted to make a film about a teenage mother. We met Joana in a casting that took place in Setubal, in the Bela Vista neighborhood. She appeared to us as a porcelain doll, small, fragile, pale, with a little hair bow. Little by little, she crumbled apart, revealing a charming complexity. We were conquered by the duality of strength and fragility, freedom and incarceration, joy and sorrow. The intimacy and complicity we were able to establish with her made this film possible. In Cat’s Cradle, we share her with everyone else.

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