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First Cousin Once Removed
Alan Berliner | 79' / USA / 2013
Special Programmes

Berliner's personal portrait of Edwin Honig (who translated Pessoa and Cervantes), his "good friend, cousin and mentor," is a look at the journey through the ravages of memory loss and Alzheimer's disease. Shot over the course of five years, it is an essay on the fragility of being human and a stark reminder of the profound role that memory plays in all of our lives.

 

 

This film is included in:

 

Special Programme 3
The spoken, memorized and remembered word. The work of the word: to communicate, to translate, to recite and to remember. The bodies bring breath into it. Agile or disappearing bodies, marked by the daily vital effort to inhabit the words and to update them. The remembrance effort, of remembering to bring back to life, of remembering to keep oneself alive. Four films in which the word, the memory and the body emerge in different ways, thus making us think about the relationship between filming, remembering and speaking.

 

The director will be at the 29th of October and 2nd of November screenings.

29 OCT. 21:45 - Culturgest - Pq. Auditório
02 NOV. 14:30 - São Jorge - Sala 3
 
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