A man with magical characteristics is everywhere touching the life of the people, by observing positive details in its more pessimistic situations.
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Credited cast:
António Reis ...
Tim Watcher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cristina Amaral ...
Policewoman
Eunice Basto ...
Wife
Alexandre Falcão ...
CEO
Ana Catarina Fernandes ...
Pregnant teen
Bárbara Graça ...
Vain teen
Jorge Loureiro ...
Depressed employee
Alberto Magassela ...
Policeman
Jorge Mota ...
Violent husband
Rita Petiz Direito ...
Little girl
Francisca Rodrigues ...
Plain teen
Tita Santos ...
Rusty piercing's teen
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A man with magical characteristics is everywhere touching the life of the people, by observing positive details in its more pessimistic situations.

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At any given moment, you can become Tim Watcher.

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5 July 2003 (Portugal)  »

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Trivia

The fountain pen used by the CEO didn't really write anything. Albrecht Loops' real name is Alberto Lopes. See more »

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Set decorator Cristina Lucas is visible in the shot where Tim Watcher bumps into a teenager. See more »

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Good future for Portuguese cinema...
23 June 2005 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

This short-film lacks for one thing, it is too short, I predicted the end and at the time was already thinking that I wanted to see more, but as this is a short budget project we need to be satisfied as is. I must be honest, I didn't expect too much from it, but I was caught unguarded, because I notice good photography, good sound, great performance of the main artist, good idea of the story. I don't know if it is because of the nowadays easier access to the new technologies are helping, but movies in Portugal are getting much better in image and sound in the last years. It's good to see that Portuguese cinema is having this short appearances from younger people, that will for sure give a new era of cinema made in Portugal.


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