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Malteses, burgueses e às vezes... (1974)

Director:

Artur Semedo

Writers:

Bobela Mota (collaborating writer), Artur Semedo (screenplay and dialogue)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Artur Semedo Artur Semedo ... Gabriel da Mota / 'Trafaria' / 'Trotil'
Pedro Pinheiro Pedro Pinheiro ... Emanuel Paes dos Santos
Jerónimo Ramos Jerónimo Ramos ... Onofre da Purificação Celeste
Yola Santos Yola Santos ... Boanova (as Yola)
Alda Rodrigues Alda Rodrigues ... D. Maria Madalena / Nucha
Henrique Viana Henrique Viana ... Dr. Silva Filho
Luís Pinhão Luís Pinhão ... Relvas Baeta
Carlos Gonçalves Carlos Gonçalves
Carlos Costa Carlos Costa
Vítor Mendes Vítor Mendes ... Presidente of the Garbage Congress
Américo Patela Américo Patela
Tony Tony
António Semedo António Semedo
Nicolau Breyner Nicolau Breyner ... Salferlide / Casanova do Vale
Mário Araújo Cabral Mário Araújo Cabral
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Details

Country:

Portugal | Angola

Language:

Portuguese | Spanish

Release Date:

11 April 1974 (Portugal) See more »

Also Known As:

Malteses, Burgueses e às Vezes See more »

Filming Locations:

Dondo, Angola See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (video) | (censored)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Trivia

A tribute to poet Mário Dionísio is paid, when the camera lingers on a litter box in Lisbon, where his short poem "Cidade deserta" is printed, long enough for the viewer to read it. See more »

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Risqué social, religious, and political comedy -
24 January 1999 | by Artemis-9See all my reviews

on the Portuguese bourgeoisie of 1974, too tame for current standards. It received exhibition aproval by the Portuguese Board of Film Censorship, and had its premiere at Avis cinema, April 11, 1974, banned for persons under 18 year-old. April 25, there was a military coup and the PBFC was disrupted. The film was quickly reclassified, and being shown to 13 year-olders...


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