Ana Luísa's family meet at home to celebrate her father's birthday. As the guests sit around the table, they share memories with a common denominator: the late Josefa, Ana Luisa's mother. ... See full summary »
Maria João Abreu,
Joana Pais de Brito,
Narrative concept: The narrative concept of the script is supported by a simple approach, in a love story style, that conveys a luxury environment, in a refined yet modern site, where the ... See full summary »
A bearded, worn-out bum is deposited in front of a shop window and proceeds to watch scenes of his lost life in this six-minute, dialogue-free film by the director of 3x3.
Executed with equal skill, this piece attempts to do more than offer a funny anecdote. Unfortunately, its sentimental theme of redemption by conspiracy is telegraphed early on.
Nonetheless, its short length makes that inevitable outcome bearable, and certainly, the performance by the lead is excellent as an example of filmed close-up acting. Overall the production is impeccable in execution with some fine camera-work by first-time cinematographer Pedro Negrão.
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