Lines of Wellington

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Lines of Wellington (Portuguese: Linhas de Wellington) is a 2012 Franco-Portuguese epic war film and television series prepared by Chilean director Raúl Ruiz and completed by his widow Valeria Sarmiento. Its title refers to the historical Lines of... read more
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Lines of Wellington (Portuguese: Linhas de Wellington) is a 2012 Franco-Portuguese epic war film and television series prepared by Chilean director Raúl Ruiz and completed by his widow Valeria Sarmiento. Its title refers to the historical Lines of Torres Vedras. The film was in competition for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival. It was also shown at the 2012 San Sebastián International Film Festival, the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and the 2012 New York Film Festival. The film was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.

Original Release

10/04/2012

Cast

John Malkovich Duke of Wellington
Nuno Lopes Sargento Francisco Xavier
Marisa Paredes D. Filipa Sanches
Mathieu Amalric Barão Marbot
Catherine Deneuve Severina
Jemima West Maureen
Soraia Chaves Martírio
Carloto Cotta Tenente Pedro de Alencar
Victoria Guerra Clarissa
Marcello Urgeghe Major Jonathan Foster
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Valeria Sarmiento

Writers

Carlos Saboga

Cast

John Malkovich Duke of Wellington
Nuno Lopes Sargento Francisco Xavier
Marisa Paredes D. Filipa Sanches
Mathieu Amalric Barão Marbot
Catherine Deneuve Severina
Jemima West Maureen
Soraia Chaves Martírio
Carloto Cotta Tenente Pedro de Alencar
Victoria Guerra Clarissa
Marcello Urgeghe Major Jonathan Foster
Miguel Borges Manuel Penabranca
Melvil Poupaud Marechal Massena
Filipe Vargas Vicente de Almeida
Adriano Luz Bordalo
João Arrais Idiot
Elsa Zylberstein Irmã Cordélia
Vincent Perez Lévêque
Albano Jerónimo Abade
Joana de Verona Brites
Goncalo Waddington Espião

Producers

Editors

Luca Alverdi, Valeria Sarmiento

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