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ALL THE DEAD ONES

by Marco Dutra, Caetano Gotardo

synopsis

Brazil, beginning of the 20th Century. Fastly growing city of São Paulo. Slavery has just been abolished. Three women of the Soares family, former owners of lands and slaves, just came back to the city. Lost after the death of their last housemaid slave, they struggle to adapt to the changes in Brazil. At the same time, the Nascimento family, who used to work as slaves in the Soares farm are now facing a society in which there is no space for the recently freed black people. Between Brazil's past and present, out of place, they all fight to survive in the modern world.

international title: All the Dead Ones
original title: Todos os mortos
country: Brazil, France
sales agent: Indie Sales
year: 2020
genre: fiction
directed by: Marco Dutra, Caetano Gotardo
film run: 120'
screenplay: Marco Dutra, Caetano Gotardo
cast: Mawusi Tulani, Clarissa Kiste, Carolina Bianchi, Thaia Perez, Agyei Augusto, Leonor Silveira, Alaíde Costa, Rogério Brito, Thomas Aquino, Andréa Marquee
cinematography by: Hélène Louvart
film editing: Marco Dutra, Caetano Gotardo, Juliana Rojas
art director: Juliana Lobo
costumes designer: Gabriella Marra
music: Gui Braz, Salloma Salomão
producer: Florence Cohen, Clément Duboin, Maria Ionescu, Sara Silveira
associate producer: Andreas Roald, Dan Wechsler
production: Good Fortune Films, Dezenove Som e Imagem (BR), Filmes do Caixote (BR)
distributor: Jour2fête
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