Vazante

Berlinale 2017
Panorama Special
Opening Film

Vazante

A Film by Daniela Thomas

2017 - Portugal/Brasil - Drama - 2.39 - 114 min.

with Adriano Carvalho ,  Juliana Carneiro Da Cunha & Sandra Corveloni

Language: Portuguese
Produced by Sara Silveira & Beto Amaral

Brazil, 1821. Upon his return to the imposing farmhouse, Antonio, a slave trader, finds out that his wife died in labor. Forced to live in the property with numerous African slaves, he marries his wife’s niece. A restless soul, he returns to his trading expeditions, leaving his young wife behind alone with the slaves.

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