A young doctor wakes up from a car accident and discovers she is married to another man and living a life she can't remember. Her search for the truth to her past life will lead her to question everyone around her and her entire existence.
During a fleeting return trip to his childhood home, a budding filmmaker is confronted by the now-grown ensemble of his old hometown friends - none of whom are aware that he intends to make... See full summary »
The story about a man that tells a story about a man...
"Manô" is the first big feature of Director George Felner. Competing in a country where there is no support what so ever to cinema he was able to direct and cast in an excellent comedy, written by him self, and proving to the world that the love for the art and the pursue for our dreams is possible. The animated and black and white tricks are the proof that the director really knows what he's doing and that he's interested in sharing his experience with the rest of the Portuguese cinema community. His acting is mostly "face expression" and Manô is a very hard character to role. Congratulations and keep up the good work, i would love to see George's next movie.
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