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7.3/10 Letterboxd

Genre  Action, Romance, Drama
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Country  Brazil
7.5/10 IMDb

Music director  Jose Miguel Wisnik
Language  Portuguese
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Director  Walter Salles Daniela Thomas
Writer  Marcos Bernstein, Millor Fernandes
Release date  5 September 1996
Initial release  September 5, 1996 (Portugal)
Directors  Walter Salles, Daniela Thomas
Screenplay  Walter Salles, Daniela Thomas, Marcos Bernstein, Millor Fernandes
Cast  Fernando Alves Pinto (Paco), Alexandre Borges (Miguel), Laura Cardoso (Manuela), Tcheky Karyo (Kraft), Luis Melo (Igor)
Similar movies  Directed by Walter Salles, Movies about Brazil, Dramas
Tagline  The best place to lose someone or to get lose from your own self

Foreign Land (Portuguese: Terra Estrangeira) is a 1995 Brazilian action film directed by Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas.

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Cast

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  • Alberto Alexandre - Maitre Machado
  • Fernando Alves Pinto - Paco
  • Alexandre Borges - Miguel
  • Canto e Castro - Porteiro
  • Laura Cardoso - Manuela
  • António Cara D'Anjo - Espanhol 1
  • Filipe Ferrer - Coprador
  • João Grosso - Carlos
  • Miguel Guilherme - André
  • Miguel Hurst - Angolano 3
  • Tchéky Karyo - Kraft
  • João Lagarto - Pedro
  • Zeka Laplaine - Loli
  • Álvaro Lavín - Espanhol 2
  • Carla Lupi - Agente turismo
  • Fernanda Torres - Alex
  • Review

    Foreign Land (Terra Estrangeira), directed by Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas, is a story of fate, one of the foreign lands of the title. It’s a compelling tale accompanied by some great cinematography by Walter Carvalho and a fine choice of suitably melancholic fado tunes by José Miguel Wisnik. It is also something of a homage in a wider sense to the movement of people and the idea and importance of belonging... Foreign Land has some great scenes, beautiful imagery and fine performances (especially from Melo) and all in all it’s well worth rediscovering this early gem from one of Brazil’s most-in-demand directors, Walter Salles.

    —Sounds and Colours

    Reception

    Foreign Land has the rank of two out of five stars on AllMovie.

    References

    Foreign Land (film) Wikipedia
    Foreign Land (film) IMDbForeign Land (film) LetterboxdForeign Land (film) themoviedb.org


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