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O Crime da Aldeia Velha (1964)

Set in a little remote village, where everyone is very religious and primitive, "O Crime de Aldeia Velha" (The crime of Aldeia Velha) tells the story of Joana, the most beautiful girl in ... See full summary »

Director:

Manuel Guimarães

Writer:

Bernardo Santareno (play)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Clara D'Ovar Clara D'Ovar
Alma Flora Alma Flora
Lídia Franco
Miguel Franco Miguel Franco
Cremilda Gil Cremilda Gil ... (voice)
Rui Gomes Rui Gomes ... Priest
Barbara Laage ... Joana
Maria Olguim Maria Olguim ... Zefa
Rogério Paulo Rogério Paulo ... Rui
Mário Pereira Mário Pereira ... António
Glicínia Quartin Glicínia Quartin
Clara Rocha Clara Rocha
Carlos Scarllaty Carlos Scarllaty ... (as Carlos Ferreira)
Maria Schultz Maria Schultz
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Set in a little remote village, where everyone is very religious and primitive, "O Crime de Aldeia Velha" (The crime of Aldeia Velha) tells the story of Joana, the most beautiful girl in village. She is badly regarded by all other women because they envy her and her affairs with men. As soon as accidents start happening involving her (at some point, she holds an already sick baby and he eventually dies), the women (and slowly, men too) in the village start claiming that she is possessed by the devil. At first,she doesn't believe it. They ask for two priests to exorcise her, but they leave and say to the people that she isn't possessed at all, and that people need to relax. But, little by little, they start convincing Joana that she is really possessed and she starts entering a stage of slight madness and behaving like she is. So, people "believing" that she isn't going to die, and that the demon will leave her body, with her permission, they end up burning her alive... Written by user1357

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Crime | Drama | Horror

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Country:

Portugal

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

20 November 1964 (Portugal) See more »

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Produções Cunha Telles See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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