Margarida (Sara Matos) and Rui (Lawrence Ortigão) after studying in England, are now returning to Portugal for a holiday camp, where they reconnect with friends from other times and ...
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Margarida (Sara Matos) and Rui (Lawrence Ortigão) after studying in England, are now returning to Portugal for a holiday camp, where they reconnect with friends from other times and participate in a Summer Festival. Missy M, Tatiana (Mafalda Portela) eventually gets in the middle of the couple, and lives a romantic adventure with Rui.Written by
Although I was a member of the crew on this film I'm going to make an impartial review, as a viewer. There are good and bad things about this movie, I'm gonna start with the bad. The script is poor and not very coherent and It seems a little forced sometimes. The acting is diverse, since you have some very good actors/ actresses and some that aren't very good at all. The photography is very good in my point of view as well as the rhythm of the movie. Have a lot of music but its supposed to be a musical movie. Have said that I think overall is a happy movie made to families and their young ones. It talks about love and not sex, and also talks about fighting for your dreams. Also I must say that it was a big challenge to all the production to make a movie with such a low budget and in a record time, and in a country where people don't watch Portuguese movies, it's a victory that this movie sold out cinemas in Portugal. It was hard but very rewarding for me to be a part of that.
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