Film

Direction: José Filipe Costa

Screenplay: José Filipe Costa
World Premiere: Locarno Film Festival 2019
DoP: Hugo Azevedo
Sound: Rúben Costa
Editing: João Braz
Art Direction: Carla Brazão
Producers: Filipa Reis, João Miller Guerra
Production and Distribution: Uma Pedra No Sapato
With: Cecília Rodrigues, Eduarda Rosa, João Azevedo, José Avelino, Mick Greer, Amanda Booth, António Rodrigues, Celia Williams, Filomena Matos, Joaquim Lopes

Portugal
2019, 105 min.
Colour, HD, DCP
Portuguese with German subtitles

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A Pleasure, Comrades

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OT: Prazer, Camaradas!

1975, rural Portugal. In the wake of the Carnation Revolution, the country and its people are re-organising themselves in a collective effort that sparks the interest of foreigners and expats who share the ideals of the revolution. They volunteer at the recently formed co-ops, offering literacy, health and sex education. Drawing from the testimonies of those who lived it, A Pleasure, Comrades! travels in time to give centre stage to an older generation that bravely and joyfully re-enacts the social and sexual interactions and discussions of a time when women were still embarrassed to be naked in front of their husbands. Eight years after his previous feature Red Line, José Filipe Costa surprises with a comical and charming delight of storytelling inventiveness. Long live the proletariat, long live the sexual revolution!

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