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Ala-Arriba! (1942)

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In a village of poor fishermen in the North of Portugal, João Moço and Julha fall in love. Unfortunately they belong to two different fisher castes and the community as well as their respective families condemn their love...

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Cast

Credited cast:
Ilidio Rocha Silvestre ...
Ti Saramago - an old fisherman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elsa Bea-Flor ...
Julha
João Moço ...
João Moço
Nicolau ...
Himself - an old fisherman
Maria Olguim ...
Ti Engracia
Luís Pinto ...
O Prior
Madalena Vilaça ...
Cigagna
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In a village of poor fishermen in the North of Portugal, João Moço and Julha fall in love. Unfortunately they belong to two different fisher castes and the community as well as their respective families condemn their love...

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First Portuguese film to ever win an international award. See more »

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