JOURNEY TO PORTUGAL

reveals the hidden truths

24 November 2011

a political film that seeks to debate on the workings of the police and civil society.

In Caminhos do Cinema Português (“Paths of Portuguese Cinema”), the only event dedicated exclusively to domestic cinema, which takes place in the city of Coimbra ; Sérgio Tréfaut, known above all for the documentary Lisboetas (“Lisboans”), won Best Feature for his fiction debut Journey to Portugal. The film also earned veteran thesp Isabel Ruth the Best Supporting Actress Award for her role as a border control officer in an airport.

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