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Li Ké Terra

DIR: Nuno Baptista, João Miller Guerra, Filipa Reis
2010 / Portugal / 65 min

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Doclisboa 2010 - CGD Award for Feature Documentary of the Portuguese Competition


The story of Miguel Moreira and Ruben Furtado, two Cape Verdean immigrant descendants who live in Portugal but have no legal documents. They are torn between the desire to be a full Portuguese citizen and the obstacles they find in their day to day. Proud of being who they are they keep on dreaming of their future reflecting their wishes for a better life. Above all, Michael and Ruben lead us to one question: What kind of identity has a stateless person?

About

Director Nuno Baptista, João Miller Guerra, Filipa Reis
Screenplay Filipa Reis
Dir. of Photography João Pedro Plácido
Editing Filipa Reis, João Miller Guerra, Nuno Baptista
Music
Sound Ruben Costa
Duration 65 min
Year 2010
Country Portugal
Colour Colour
Tags emigration, observational, social issues, youth
Production Vende-se Filmes
Vende-se Filmes
Country:  Portugal

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