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RAMIRO

by Manuel Mozos

synopsis

Ramiro is a bookstore owner in Lisbon and a poet in perpetual creative block. He lives, somewhat frustrated, somewhat conformed, between his shop and the tavern, accompanied by his dog, his faithful drinking companions and his neighbours: a pregnant teenager and her grandmother recovering from a stroke. He would gladly continue living this quiet and somewhat anachronistic routine if events worthy of a soap opera did not invade his bubble.

original title: Ramiro
country: Portugal
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Manuel Mozos
screenplay: Telmo Churro, Mariana Ricardo
cast: António Mortágua, Madalena Almeida, Fernanda Neves, Vítor Correia, Sofia Marques, Américo Silva, Duarte Guimarães, Ricardo Aibéo, João Tempera, António Simão
cinematography by: João Ribeiro
film editing: Pedro Marques
art director: Artur Pinheiro
costumes designer: Lucha d'Orey
producer: Sandro Aguilar, Luís Urbano
production: O Som e a Fúria
distributor: Alambique
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