IndieLisboa 2013

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Pincus Pincus
Pincus and Housemaids
Avanti Popolo (Country: Brazil; Year: 2012; Director: Michael Wahrmann; Writer: Michael Wahrmann; Stars: André Gatti, Carlos Reichenbach, Eduardo Valente)
A son tries to reconnect with his father in a film that explores the nature of film.
Greatest Hits (Los Mejores Temas) (Country: Mexico, Canada, Netherlands; Year: 2012; Director: Nicolás Pereda; Writer: Nicolás Pereda; Stars: Gabino Rodríguez, Teresa Sánchez, Luisa Pedro, José Rodríguez, Luis Rodríguez)
The logic of filmmaking itself begins to unravel as we explore the relationship between a frustrated son and his absent father.
Housemaids (Doméstica) (Country: Brazil; Year: 2012; Director: Gabriel Mascaro; Writer: Gabriel Mascaro)
Seven Brazilian children film the activities of their live-in housekeepers.
Pincus (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: David Fenster; Writer: David Fenster; Stars: Paul Fenster, Dietmar Franusch, Christi Idavoy, David Nordstrom)
An interior decorator who cares or his ailing father falls for a karate instructor.
Workers (Country: Mexico, Germany; Year: 2013; Director: José Luis Valle; Stars: Susana Salazar, Jesús Padilla)
A loyal factory cleaner is refused a pension whilst a maid finds herself employed by the dog who inherited the house where she works.
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