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As Horas de Maria ()


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Maria, a young blind woman allegedly raped by her stepfather, is admitted to an hospice. Entrusted by her nun aunt Angela to the care of Dr. Firmino, she will have moments of despair, grace... See more »

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Cecília Guimarães ...
Soror Ângela
Eugénia Bettencourt ...
Maria
João D'Ávila ...
Dr. Firmino
Carlos Boavida Fernandes ...
Jesus / Thomas
Cremilde Mourão ...
Maria
Leonel Brito ...
Simão Pedro
Filomena Augusta ...
Salomé
Raul Mendonça ...
Judas the Galilee
Nuno Aboim ...
Judas Iscariotes
José Manuel Bissau ...
Barrabas
João Roque ...
Merchant

Directed by

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António de Macedo

Written by

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António de Macedo ... (writer)

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Elso Roque

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Manuela Moura

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Luís de Matos ... makeup artist
Isabel Santos ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Leonel Brito ... production manager

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Amílcar Lyra ... assistant director

Sound Department

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José de Carvalho ... sound
João Diogo ... sound

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João de Almeida ... electrician
Amadeu Lomar ... electrician
Raul Soares ... electrician

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Manuela Moura ... script supervisor

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Plot Summary

Maria, a young blind woman allegedly raped by her stepfather, is admitted to an hospice. Entrusted by her nun aunt Angela to the care of Dr. Firmino, she will have moments of despair, grace and awe - between beliefs, ghosts and revelations.

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Also Known As
  • Maria's Hours (World-wide, English title)
  • Les heures de Maria (France)
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  • 105 min
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Trivia The Lisbon premiere was surrounded by public outcries, for and against the director's use of his freedom of expression. The Catholic Church of Lisbon officially condemned the film as blasphemous for it's portrayal of the mother of Jesus. See more »

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