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The Hero

French theatrical poster.
Directed by Zézé Gamboa
Produced by Fernando Vendrell
Written by Carla Baptista
Pierre-Marie Goulet
Fernando Vendrell
Starring Oumar Makena Diop
Milton 'Santo' Coelho
Maria Ceiça
Music by David Linx
Diederik Wissels
Cinematography Mario Masini
Editing by Anna Ruiz
Release date(s) France May 18, 2004 (CFF)
Canada September 17, 2004 (TIFF)
United Kingdom October 28, 2004 (LFF)
United States January 24, 2005 (SFF)
France December 7, 2005
Running time 97 min
Country Angola / France / Portugal
Language Portuguese

The Hero (Portuguese: O Herói) is a film about the life of average Angolans after the Angolan Civil War. The film follows the lives of three individuals; Vitório, a war veteran crippled by a landmine who returns to Luanda, Manu, a young boy searching for his soldier father, and Joana, a teacher who mentors the boy and begins a love affair with Vitório. Directed by Zézé Gamboa, The Hero won the 2005 Sundance World Dramatic Cinema Jury Grand Prize. It is a joint Angolan, Portuguese, French production, but was filmed entirely in Angola.[1]

References

  1. ^ The Hero California Newsreel

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