To Die like a Man (Portuguese: Morrer Como Um Homem) is a 2009 Portuguese drama film directed by João Pedro Rodrigues, produced by the production company Rosa Filmes. It tells the story of a homosexual drag-queen at the end of his career. The cast includes several Portuguese real-life drag-queens, with no previous, or little, acting experience. The story has been allegedly inspired by the real story of Joaquim Centúrio de Almeida (artistic name: Ruth Bryden), a Portuguese drag-queen, and has motivated a lawsuit on account of plagiarism of a biographical book on the life of Almeida by the late author Carlos Castro, who was murdered in 2011.
|Gonçalo Ferreira De Almeida||Maria Bakker|
|Chandra Malatitch||Zé Maria|
|Jenny Larrue||Jenny (as Jenny Larrue)|
|John Jesus Romão||Mendes (as John Romão)|
|Francisco Peres||Médico cirurgião plástico|
|André Murraças||Dr. Felgueiras|