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Oxalá (1981)

 -  Drama  -  8 May 1981 (Portugal)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Manuel Baeta Neves ...
José Caeiro
Marta Reynolds ...
Maria
Laura Soveral ...
Inês
Judith Magre ...
Françoise
Ruy Furtado ...
Manuel
Lia Gama ...
Lídia
Karen Blanguernon ...
Leslie
Teresa Madruga ...
Tina
Adelaide João ...
Janitor
Manuel Sande e Castro ...
Filipe
Pedro Guimarães ...
Francisco
Graça Leitão ...
Alice
João Bénard da Costa ...
Artur (as João Pedro Bénard da Costa)
Arlette de Almeida ...
Conceição
Odete Teixeira ...
Maria (Maid)
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8 May 1981 (Portugal)  »

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Leave It to God  »

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José Caeiro, a Portuguese intellectual exiled in Paris (a sort of alter ego of director António-Pedro Vasconcelos) is writing a book and, when published, its cover is shown in a bookshop: the stylized logo in red "nrf" of the "Nouvelle Revue Française" can be seen under the title, Monologues d'éxilé. The fake book cover justifies a thank you to Gallimard, in the end credits. Fake book cover of the book written by José Caeiro, the Narrator's alter ego in the film. See more »

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Follows Perdido por Cem (1973) See more »

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4ª Sinfonia
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Written by Ludwig van Beethoven
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