A MEMORIA QUE ME CONTAM / MEMORIES THEY TOLD ME
2012, Colour, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Focus on World Cinema (full length movies)
Original language : portuguese
Subtitles language : english
Lucia Murat, Tatiana Salem Levy
Franco Nero, Simone Spoladore, Irene Ravache
Film production and Sales :
Adrian Solar, Felicitas Raffo, Julia Solomonoff, Lucia Murat, Taiga Filmes, Rua Sao Joao Batista 86A, casa 05, Rio de Janeiro 22270-030 (Brésil), firstname.lastname@example.org / Cepa Audiovisual (Argentine) / Ceneca Producciones (Chili)
An ironic drama about unrealized utopias, terrorism, sexual behaviour and the creation of a myth. A group of friends, activists who had resisted their country's military dictatorship in the old days, now face a conflict between the generations when one of them lies dying... "When I first met Irene, we were 17. The world was beginning to turn upside down and she was a strong influence for everybody." "When I came to Rio, I met with everybody in the group. And with Ana, for sure... Ana was our eternal rebel. The one who brought us together. We needed her."
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Lúcia Murat, a militant leftist activist during the 1968-79 Brazilian dictatorship, worked as a journalist and television producer. She made her first feature, HOW NICE TO SEE YOU, in 1988. Other titles: SWEET POWER (1996), BRAVE BRAZILIAN PEOPLE (2000), QUASE DOIS IRMÃOS (2003), ALMOST BROTHERS (2004), O OLHAR ESTRANGEIRO (2005), ANOTHER LOVE STORY (2007).
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