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Miguel Gomes was born in 1972 in Lisbon, Portugal. He is a director and writer, known for Our Beloved Month of August (2008), Arabian Nights: Volume 2 - The Desolate One (2015) and Arabian Nights: Volume 3 - The Enchanted One (2015). See full bio »

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[as a Portuguese film-maker] We film with lower budgets than almost any other European country. So, for instance, now [2012] because of the crisis in Portugal, everything is cut.. The only advantage of being poor is you can afford yourself a bit more freedom because you're not obliged to do a big box-office hit. But if you have the chance of doing a good, interesting film and you can afford the ... See more »

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Considered Manoel de Oliveira and João César Monteiro the best Portuguese directors ever.

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