Antonio Das Mortes

    Friday November 7, 2014 @ 9:30 PM

    Free ticket with a $10 K2 minimum

    1969, Brazil, Glauber Rocha, 100 min, Portuguese with English subtitles

    With Maurício do Valle, Odete Lara, and Othon Bastos 

    "A film of extraordinary visual and allegorical power." - Michael Chanon, British Film Institute

    Antonio Das Mortes (“Antonio of the Death”) has lived a quiet life in Brazil for nearly 30 years after he successfully defeated the last of the Cangaceiro bandits. But now, after believing them to be all but forgotten, a new Cangaceiro emerges and reinvigorates Antonio’s spirit.

    Clemente on Antonio Das Mortes: “Glauber Rocha was the first artist I ever met in the sense that he was the first person I ever met who didn’t think like everyone around him and was so tormented and full of life and I was only nineteen years old; I met him when I was travelling through South America. He was really the person who initiated me to the idea that you could think differently about things.”