Isadora Duncan is cited for comic relief, when an Arab person leaves his long white scarf around the neck, and flying out of a moving car, and someone cautions, him, "Be careful, Isadora Duncan died like that." See more »
on the Portuguese bourgeoisie of 1974, too tame for current standards. It received exhibition aproval by the Portuguese Board of Film Censorship, and had its premiere at Avis cinema, April 11, 1974, banned for persons under 18 year-old. April 25, there was a military coup and the PBFC was disrupted. The film was quickly reclassified, and being shown to 13 year-olders...
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