Anastácio lives in Lisbon and is fanatic for Sporting, one of the city's football teams. When the team travels to face Porto, he follows it with the family, staying in house of his friend, Mr. Barata, pretending to be rich.
The unlikely love between Luisinha, a humble girl who lives on a small pension in Lisbon, and Daniel, a wealthy aristocrat who decides to fight for the girl who loves against the prejudices of his family.
Francisco, salesman in a shoe store, is totally in love with Tatão, which sells perfume in the same street. But he is an amateur theater actor, as she hates theater and is a fan of cinema. Will this unlikely love endure?
António Lopes Ribeiro
How happy and proud they are those two ladies back in their Trás-os-Montes region! Thanks to them, their bright nephew can study medicine in Lisbon and may already have become a doctor. ... See full summary »
Story of the 1974 coup that overthrew the right-wing Portuguese dictatorship--which continued the fascist policies of long-time dictator Antonio Salazar--and of two young army captains who were involved in it.
Maria de Medeiros
Maria de Medeiros,
Joaquim de Almeida
Gracinda, a young laundry washer, lives with her godfather, "Uncle" Jacinto, and together they run a family business, doing the laundry for residents of Lisbon in their small village in the... See full summary »
Chianca de Garcia
Manuel Santos Carvalho,
A woman takes her young son, leaves her husband and moves in with her lover. The boy, desperate to get his parents back together, becomes convinced that if only he can get his father's ... See full summary »
Uma família modesta (pai, mãe e filha) recebe generosas quantias de uma tia do Brasil que os julga ricos. Quando, um dia, chega a notícia da visita da tia do Brasil, tudo entra em polvorosa... See full summary »
Cipriano Lopes e D.Rosa Gonçalves são lojistas na mesma rua e detestam-se. Mas os respectivos filhos amam-se apaixonadamente. E gostam de música. Para raiva de D.Rosa, o Cipriano Lopes ... See full summary »
How happy and proud they are those two ladies back in their Tras-os-Montes region! Thanks to them, their bright nephew can study medicine in Lisbon and may already have become a physician. Little do they know. Not only has Vasco wasted his time drinking, dancing and picking up girls but he has just failed his examination. To crown it all, his two aunts announce their visit. Totally distraught, Vasco tries to make them believe he is already a doctor, but they are not taken in and decide to cut off their support from him... Written by
This film tells the story of Vasco Leitão, a young student probably born in Northern Portugal, which goes to Lisbon in order to study in Medical School. But the big city, even in the early thirties, was full of temptations for countryside students and Vasco, ultimately, fail his exams, having spent most of his time and money with wine, girlfriends and amusements. It turns out he kept secret of all this for his family in the country, which thinks he's successfully graduated. In this context, Vasco receives the unexpected visit of two aunts who sent him a lot of money to pay for his studies and the doctor's office...
This film is one of the most important classics of Portuguese cinema. Not by chance, but by merit. Directed by Cottinelli Telmo, has as its protagonist the renowned humorist Vasco Santana, but also with the participation of Beatriz Costa (in the role of Vasco's girlfriend, Alice) and Antonio Silva (in the role of Caetano, the harsh and selfish father of Alice). Being an old-fashioned comedy, we can expect several situation and context jokes, as well as comical word games. This film never lose their funny. It's a film always fresh and pleasant to see, which also has an interesting defense of fado, the most popular musical genre among the Portuguese of that time, and still an important part of the collective identity of the country in our days.
A film recommended for the whole family, it has scenes that have become famous and jokes that all Portuguese known well. It is a beloved film, loved all over the country and by all the lovers of Portuguese cinema.
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