Tuesday, December 4th
7:00pm - 9:00pm
by donation, suggested $10
RSVP requested, but not required
Free refreshments and popcorn provided.
Bloombars, in association with the Instituto Camoes and The Embassy of Portugal, is proud to present monthly Portuguese language film screenings. The Murmuring Coast (A Costa dos Murmúrios) (2004, 120 min, Portuguese w/ English subtitles.Warning: brief nudity) – Margarida Cardoso’s stunning drama, set against the backdrop of the Portugal–Mozambique war of the late '60's; and based on a famous novel by Lidia Jorge. After the screening, there will be a discussion led by Iane Campos-Siddique, organizer of the Washington Portuguese Language Meetup and a university Adjunct Lecturer in Portuguese.
About the film: "At the end of the 60s, Evita arrives in Mozambique and finds herself in a country devastated by the colonial war with Portugal. She is to marry Luís who is doing his military service. When Luís leaves to fight, Evita is left alone wandering around the city where she starts discovering how violence changes men … and also her husband. Lost in a world that is not hers, Evita becomes aware of the violence of a colonial age coming to an end. A time of war, loss and guilt."
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