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LA VIRGEN MARGARIDA - LICINIO AZEVEDO
la virgen margarida
mozambique
una película de  LICINIO AZEVEDO pelicula 90
Mozambique, 1975. After 500 years of Portuguese colonization, Mozambicans hoist their flag for the first time. Those who fought for independence are in power and apply their revolutionary ideals. Prostitutes must be “reeducated” and transformed into “new women” to serve revolution. Hundred of women, prostitutes or presumed prostitutes, are arrested. Amongst them, Margarida, a teen age peasant girl, arrested for not having any
identification document. The women are taken to an isolated location. The long cohabitation between guards and prisoners, in complete isolation, brings them to the discovery of their own humanity. And to the conclusion that they are all prisoners of a system they do not understand. On occasion of the visit of the military commander who has the power to free Margarida, the women decides to free themselves.
director LICINIO AZEVEDO - autors LICINIO AZEVEDO, JACQUES AKCHOTI - productors JACQUES BIDOU, MARIANNE DUMOULIN, PEDRO PIMENTA, PANDORA DA CUNHA TELES, PABLO IRAOLA - producciónes JBA PRODUCTION, EBANO MULTIMEDIA, UKBAR FILMES - intérprete ANA-MARIA ALBINO - imagen MARIO MASINI - sonido GITA CERVEIRA, BRANKO NESKOV - música MOREIRA CHONGUIçA - años de produccion 2012
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