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Alexandra Lencastre ...
Laura Albuquerque
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José Maria Cristiano
Maria João Abreu ...
Catarina
Miguel Guilherme ...
Pimenta
Ana Zanatti ...
Psycotherapist
Joaquim Leitão ...
Joaquim
Sofia Bénard da Costa ...
Sofia (as Sofia Bénard)
Cristovão Campos ...
Tiago
Miguel Jessen ...
Julião
Rui Morisson ...
João (as Rui Morrison)
Suzana Borges ...
Luísa, Cristiano's wife
Nuria Mencía ...
Vanessa
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João Pinhão ...
Assistant TV Director
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The worst portuguese movie of all time...
30 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

YES! This is most probably the worst portuguese movie ever! And I say "probably" because I haven't seen all the portuguese movies ever made. It is, for sure, the worst portuguese movie I have ever seen. I plea to everyone in the movie industry, in Portugal and beyond, to NEVER EVER hire Sofia Bénard for any movie, whatever length, aim or scope. SHE IS THE WORST ACTRESS TO HAVE EVER SET FOOT ON A PLATEAU! My God is she terrible. She's worse than terrible.

The only reason I can devise for anyone to buy a ticket to go see this movie is if you are planning to kill yourself in the first 5 minutes of the film. If you are not planning to do so and you still go watch this movie, believe me, you won't make it through the end, as the desire to kill yourself will be unavoidable.

Alexandra Lencastre, though, has a nice rack, but it still isn't worth it to go watch the movie. DON'T WATCH IT!

One more note for the script. The guy who wrote it is a film critic and not a screenplay writer (João Lopes), and one can obviously understand why. The script is so presumptuous that I almost puked. I specially felt agoniated by the totally needless "Gucci shoe" shot.

The worst thing of all, is that this heinous movie was subsidized by the portuguese State, which means that taxpayers' money went into this production. The government should fall for this alone.


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