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Saída do Pessoal Operário da Fábrica Confiança (1896)

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A large number of workers, mostly young women, leave by the front door of their work place at lunch time. The building has an impressive colonnaded facade, and is located at 181, Santa ... See full summary »

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A large number of workers, mostly young women, leave by the front door of their work place at lunch time. The building has an impressive colonnaded facade, and is located at 181, Santa Catarine St., Porto - one of the city's main streets. A passengers' horse cart crosses from right to left of the screen, and a few seconds after an ox cart carrying merchandise crosses in the opposite direction. All the while, workers keep leaving the factory, giving a sense of a large work force. Written by Artemis-9

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December 1896 (Brazil)  »

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Saída do Pessoal Operário da Camisaria Confiança  »

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The film is preserved at the Cinemateca Portuguesa - Museu do Cinema, a Portuguese public institute. See more »

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The first Portuguese film ever.
29 January 2000 | by (Oslo, Norge) – See all my reviews

Sadly, I believe it's lost. As the name itself indicates, it is inspired on the first Lumière film.

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