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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
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O veneno da madrugada / In Evil Hour
Films in Progress

In a small isolated town swept by torrential rains, the inhabitants live not only in misery, but also under merciless political repression. A war for power rages between the family holding economic control over the region and the strongman sent over by the central government. To make things worse, anonymous messages are posted on doors, exposing scandalous details of private lives. In the midst of this chaos, passion, betrayal and revenge come out into the open, and nobody can distinguish any more between truth and lies. Based on the Gabriel García Márquez novel La Mala Hora, the film tells a tale of love and hatred where past and future become blurred.
Maputo (Mozambique), 1931. In 1952 he travelled to Paris to study at the IDHEC, later moving to Brazil, where he became one of the pioneers of Cinema Novo with his first feature, Os cafajestes (1963). In the late 70s, following the independence of Mozambique from Portugal, he returned to his country of origin to participate in the creation of the Instituto Nacional de Cinema. Other of his films are: Os fuzis (The Guns, 1964), Os deuses e os mortos (Gods and the Dead, 1970), Ópera do malandro (Malandro, 1985), A fábula da bela palomera (The Fable of the Beautiful Pigeon Fancier, 1987), Kuarup (1988) and Estorvo (2000).
Ruy Guerra
Ruy Guerra, Tairone Feitosa, Leonardo Gudel
Walter Carvalho
Mair Tavares
Guilherme Vaz
Leonardo Medeiros, Fábio Sabag, Juliana Carneiro, Newton Bicudo, Amir Haddad
Running Time
110 m.
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