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14 de Fevereiro (a 1 de Abril) (2003)



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Love is hard to sustain!
8 March 2007 | by (Porto, Portugal) – See all my reviews

That's a very short film (5 minutes) about the relationship of a couple. The setting is urban (a place somewhere in Lisbon's downtown), the couple is just a normal couple of two people in love… It's not even a "story", it's just three circumstances where they talk about their relationship and where the woman is always confronting him… In one of these she asks him if she talks too much. He answered no, but I really think she does! This short film proved me one thing: sometimes women are just too annoying, asking us things to force us to say something that we don't want to, and, then, they just blame us for what we have said! (I don't want to be rude, but that's exactly what happens sometimes and this film proves it!).

We can see one example of that in the introduction dialogue:

"HER: Tell me you don't love her anymore. HIM: what? HER: Tell me you don't love her anymore! HIM: Again? HER Come on… HIM: OK. I don't love her anymore. HER: Ahhh…See! HIM: What? HER: You just have confessed! You bastard! HIM: I've confessed what? HER: Why did you lie to me? You just have confessed that you did like her! You just said that you don't her NOW, but you DID LIKE her! HIM: But that's just what you told me to say! HER: yeah, right, and do you everything I tell you to do?"

Or this one: "HER: I love you. HIM: I know. HER: That's not what you are supposed to say! HIM: No? So, what am I supposed to say then? HER: I love you too! HIM: I love you too! HER: But now it just seems you're repeating what I just have said!"

To sum up, it's just a little movie about human's relationship, and we have all passed through this kind of things. Just one final note: The acting could have been better! Especially, because both actors are professional and have a great curriculum in Portuguese Cinema/TV!

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