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by João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata


“After 30 years I was back in Macau, where I had spent my childhood. A little more than a week before, in Lisbon, I had received an e-mail from a friend who I had not seen for ages. I knew that Candy had gone to Asia, attracted by its exoticism, or an easier life, I don’t know which… In any case, I had lost touch with her. In her e-mail, she said that she’d yet again got involved with the wrong sort of men, but now there really was going to be trouble: a very good friend of hers had been killed in a quite harmless game of paintball. She thought she might be the next victim and that I was the only person she could still trust. She begged me to come to Macao where, to quote, ‘weird and disturbing’ things were going on. Tired after the long flight, I approached Macao on a jetfoil ferry that brought back memories of the happiest time of my life.” João Rui Guerra da Mata

international title: The Last Time I Saw Macau
original title: A Ultima Vez que vi Macau
country: France, Portugal
sales agent: Films Boutique
year: 2012
genre: docu-fiction
directed by: João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata
film run: 85'
release date: PT 14/03/2013, FR 29/05/2013
screenplay: João Pedro Rodrigues
cast: Cindy Scrash
cinematography by: João Pedro Rodrigues, Rui Poças
film editing: Raphaël Lefèvre, João Pedro Rodrigues, João Rui Guerra da Mata
producer: Daniel Chabannes de Sars, Corentin Dong-Jin Sénéchal, João Figueiras
production: Blackmaria, Epicentre Films, Le Fresnoy
backing: ICA, RTP, Centre National de la Cinématographie et de l'Image Animée, Centre National des Arts Plastiques (Image/Mouvement), Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
distributor: Epicentre Films

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