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THE IMMORTALS

by António-Pedro Vasconcelos

synopsis

Four former soldiers 'tired of the boredom of the country', and of their lives, decide to rob a bank.
The film is set in 1985, with the use of 'flashbacks' to go to back to the 1970s, during the colonial conflict in Africa, when the four men first met.

international title: THE IMMORTALS
original title: IMORTAIS, OS
country: Portugal, United Kingdom, Luxembourg
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: António-Pedro Vasconcelos
film run: 112'
release date: PT 07/11/2003
screenplay: António-Pedro Vasconcelos
cast: Joaquim de Almeida, Nicolau Breyner, Rogério Samora, Rui Unas, Emmanuelle Seigner, Ana Padrão, Alexandra Lencastre, Maria Rueff, Joaquim Nicolau
cinematography by: Barry Ackroyd
art director: João Calvário
costumes designer: Cynthia Dumont
producer: Jani Thiltges, António da Cunha Telles
production: Fado Filmes, Animatografo, Dan Films, Samsa Films (LU)
distributor: Nos Lusomundo Audiovisuais
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