Screening of Where I Grow Old (Marilia Rocha, 2016)
Start time: 19:00 / End time: 21:00 / Date: 02 Nov 2017 / Venue: Lecture Theatre B Central Teaching Hub
Open to: Any UOL students / Any UOL staff / General Public
Contact: For more information contact Niamh Thornton at email@example.com
About the event
Where I Grow Old (A cidade onde envelheco) is a Portuguese film, displayed with English subtitles.
Francisca is a Portuguese woman who has been living in Belo Horizonte, Brazil for a year. Francisca is not best pleased when an old acquaintance, Teresa, turns up and moves in for a while. There was every reason for them losing touch - Teresa is a babbling ball of energy, whereas the solitary Francisca much prefers peace and quiet.
Nevertheless, it turns out to be a good combination, and a close friendship is hesitantly formed. At the same time, Teresa awakens in Francisca a desire for her homeland; she misses Lisbon and, with her 30th birthday looming, needs to decide where she wants to grow old. As Teresa enthusiastically finds her way in a new country and city, Francisca already seems to be saying goodbye.
View the film trailer here.
This event is part of the Liverpool Iberian & Latin American Film Festival taking place from Thursday 26 October - Friday 3 November 2017.
This event is supported by Instituto Camões.
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