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Megashare Letters from War (2016)
Based on António Lobo Antunes\'s novel, a collection of letters written by a young soldier, doctor and a aspirant writer, to his wife while he was serving in Angola between 1971 and 1973, ...
Director: Ivo Ferreira
Cast: Miguel Nunes, Margarida Vila-Nova, Ricardo Pereira, João Pedro Vaz, Simão Cayatte, Isac Graça, Francisco Hestnes, João Pedro Mamede, Tiago Aldeia, Orlando Sérgio, David Caracol, Miguel Raposo, Gonçalo Carvalho, Raúl Rosário, Cândido Ferreira
Megashare Misterios de Lisboa (2010)
Follows a jealous countess, a wealthy businessman, and a young orphaned boy across Portugal, France, Italy and Brazil where they connect with a variety of mysterious individuals.
Director: Raoul Ruiz
Cast: Adriano Luz, Andre Gomes, Duarte Guimarães, Jose Afonso Pimentel, Jose Airosa, Jose Manuel Mendes, Lea Seydoux, Malik Zidi, Marcello Urgeghe, Margarida Vila-Nova, Maria João Bastos, Melvil Poupaud, Paulo Pinto, Rui Morrison, Sofia Leite, Sofia Marques
Megashare Filme do Desassossego (2010)
It is late night in a caf?. A typical young intellect in his early twenties with sharp black eyes peering through black steel framed glasses is muttering that the modern method of measuring time is wrong and staring at a young man who is slouched with a face that looks pale, indifferent, and worried, all at the same time. Modernist poet Fernando Pessoa, who had keen observations of the dailiness of modern times in Lisbon in the 1910s, The Book of , which Pessoa wrote in 1913, and the character of Bernardo Soares, into whom Pessoa projected his identity, all come to life in Lisbon in the 21st century through this film. The film is based on The Book of , a diary about the distance between feelings of loneliness and the monotonous reality of daily life written by Bernardo Soares who goes back and forth between the accountant\'s office where works as an intern and his room, both of which are located on Rua dos Douradores in Lisbon, and may have been an impossible project to bring to the big screen; much like Joseph Strick?s attempt with James Joyce\'s Ulysses and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Nevertheless, Jo?o Botelho began this project that everyone advised him against with the conviction that the quality of cinematic time, which resists the chronological flow of time and is able to illustrate daily life in a fragmented and musical rhythm, was the optimal vessel in presenting the extratemporel text that refuses to be confined to the limitations of a ?book?. The characters in the film and the additional incidents become existences themselves in no time and become a part of the present of 2010.
Director: João Botelho
Cast: Cláudio da Silva, Pedro Lamares, Ricardo Aibéo, Suzie Peterson, Manuel João Vieira, Sérgio Grilo, Sofia Leite, Claudia Clemente, António Pedro Cerdeira, Maria Antunes, André Gomes, Valéria Brites, Miguel Moreira, Monica Calle, Margarida Vila-Nova