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35 Ratings


Directed by João Rosas
Portugal, 2012


Mariana, an 11 years girl coming from Serpa, moves to Lisbon with her father on a Saturday afternoon in late August. The first days are spent in the city cleaning the house and knowing the new neighborhood, Entrecampos.

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Entrecampos Directed by João Rosas

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  • José Neves's rating of the film Entrecampos

    3,5. TV. There is the usual problem with actors and dialogues, so strenuously naturalistic that they end up being exactly the opposite. But there is, however, a magnificent conception of sound, with the city noise in continuous presence and permanence that establishes the passage between frames, wise observers of the urban space which structure a city idea and map, with its neighborhoods and rhythms.

  • Bernardo Crastes's rating of the film Entrecampos

    It's pretty, evocative and nostalgic, I liked its golden light. It's special for me, since I live there. Seeing the everyday life on film makes it a bit more poetic. The dialogues come across as unnatural and the story is somewhat dull. I mostly appreciated its aura rather than anything else. Kudos for Real Estate.

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