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NO MAN'S LAND

by Salomé Lamas

synopsis

A neutral setting. No-man’s land. A man sitting on a chair, talking about his life. In his younger years, he was a soldier in an elite Portuguese commando during the colonial wars in Mozambique and Angola. After the Carnation Revolution, he worked first as a bodyguard in Portugal and then as a CIA-hired mercenary in El Salvador, before finally carrying out contract killings as a member of GAL, the anti-Basque underground organisation.

international title: No Man's Land
original title: Terra de ninguém
country: Portugal
year: 2012
genre: documentary
directed by: Salomé Lamas
film run: 72'
release date: FR 02/07/2014
screenplay: Salomé Lamas
cinematography by: Takashi Sugimoto, Salomé Samas
producer: Fabienne Martinot, Luís Urbano, Sandro Aguilar
production: O Som e a Fúria
distributor: Abordar Casa de Películas
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