Colo

Berlinale 2017
Official Competition

Colo

A Film by Teresa Villaverde

2017 - France/Portugal - Drama - 1.78 - 136 min.

with Joao Pedro Vaz , Alice Albergaria Borges & Beatriz Batarda

Language: Portuguese
Produced by Teresa Villaverde

Struggling against the crisis in Portugal a mother doubles up jobs to pay the bills since her husband is unemployed. Their teenage daughter tries to keep living her everyday life even if the money’s running short and makes everything uneasy. Escaping from their common reality, they slowly become strangers to one another, as the tension grows in silence and in guilt.

Berlinale 2017
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