The end of the Carnation Revolution marked a new page in the history of Portugal and the Portuguese people. Collective efforts for social progress resulted in the establishment of cooperatives that attracted foreigners and emigrants enthralled by the ideas of the revolution. Through volunteer work, they promoted literacy, health and sexual education in rural and less developed areas. Forty-four years later, once young enthusiasts, they return to the now neglected cooperatives, trying to revive the spirit of times past.
Festivals and awards
Locarno Film Festival 2019 / London Film Festival 2019 / Coimbra Caminhos do Cinema Português 2019 - Winner of the Film Award for Best Original Screenplay;