About the film
Ninguém Duas Vezes
Release Date: April 24, 1985
|Production Companies||:||Les Films du Passage|
|Director||:||Jorge Silva Melo|
|Producers||:||Paulo Branco, Jorge Silva Melo, Maria do Carmo Moser|
|Writers||:||João Canijo, Jorge Silva Melo, Luiza Neto Jorge|
Director Jorge Silva Melo has developed a viable, though highly intellectual mystery story about the world of art and culture and murder in this somewhat theatrical presentation. When German artist Bernd Hoffmann (Michael König) arrives in Lisbon to oversee the installation of his paintings in a joint exhibition with another Berlin artist, Hanna Brauer (Charlotte Schwab), Hanna never shows up. Hoffmann is puzzled because he is certain he saw a video sequence with Hanna at the exhibition, and he begins to look for her. Another Lisbon cultural center, a theater, is also having problems that may or may not be related -- and the mystery deepens when Hanna is found dead, either by her own hand, or murdered.