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Rui Poças

“Quero muito fazer filmes portugueses.”

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    GOOD MANNERS

    Marco Dutra, Juliana Rojas Brazil, 2017

    Springing from an urban legend, this ferociously inventive Brazilian “creature feature” combines sharp social observation and lesbian desire with unsettling fantasy elements. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Locarno, Good Manners is a visually exciting and boundary-pushing gem of genre cinema.

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    THE FACE YOU DESERVE

    Miguel Gomes Portugal, 2004

    Portuguese director Miguel Gomes emerged as a star on the 2000s festival circuit with offbeat, playful, inventively genre-bending visions like Tabu and Our Beloved Month of August. Here’s where he begins: a sweet, warped, colorful feature debut that took its director to Rotterdam.

    THE LAST TIME I SAW MACAO

    João Rui Guerra da Mata, João Pedro Rodrigues Portugal, 2012

    Evocatively remixing the essay film as a thriller, Portuguese auteurs João Pedro Rodrigues & João Rui Guerra da Mata honor the gambling capital of the world with this oneiric trip. Macao is expressed here as if it were inside of a hazy, unforgettable dream reckoning with the shadow of colonialism.

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