<i>No Man’s Land (Terra de Ninguém)</i>. 2012. Portugal. Directed by Salomé Lamas
  • Terra de Ninguém

    2012. Portugal. Salomé Lamas. 72 min.

U.S. premiere

Sunday, February 24, 2013, 5:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2

  • Terra de Ninguém

    2012. Portugal. Directed by Salomé Lamas. Paulo De Figueiredo worked as a mercenary, a figure on the fringes of two worlds: power, and the revolutions that brought it to an end. Structured as a non-linear conversation between the filmmaker and his subject, the film takes place in "no man's land," a place outside of either’s comfort zone. Paulo speaks of anonymous locations and facts, fragments of violence and cruelty, and his own experiences. The filmmaker asks: What are the distinctions between reporting (facts) and literature (imagination), between authentic and artistic reality? How can you truly represent trauma, memory, and history? Courtesy O Som e a Fúria. (IS) In Portuguese; English subtitles. 72 min.