18 DIC.
Teatro Principal


Portugal | 2010 | 18′ | Colour | SPANISH PREMIERE

Dirección/Direction: Susana Nobre. Guión/Script: Susana Nobre. Fotografía/Cinematography:  Pedro Pinho. Montaxe/Editing: Luís Miguel Correia. Son/Sound:  Nuno Mourão. Intérpretes/Cast: Maria do Céu Nobre, Susana Nobre, Brites Conceição Borralho, Carlos Borralho, Mariana Joaquina, Joana Borralho, Marta Borralho, Maria Augusta Pires, Coro Flores de Maio. Produción/Production: João Matos. Produtora/Production Company: Terratreme Filmes.

Terratreme Filmes

Campo Grande, 111, 1700-089 Lisboa, Portugal |

A nurse takes care of a patient in her house. Maria do Céu has been a nurse for more than forty years, working at an old hospital in Lisbon. She was sixteen, when she arrived in Lisbon, coming from a small village in Alentejo. At the hospital, she reads the file of an old patient who was also her friend. The file is then closed. Maria do Céu returns to her village, where she sings at the people’s house choir.

Susana Nobre (1974, Lisbon, Portugal) holds a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidade Nova of Lisbon. She took a Filmmaking course with the collaboration of The London Film School, within the scope of the Creativity and Artistic Creation Program of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Nobre belongs to the production company Terratreme since 2006 where she made the films Jack’s Ride (2021), Ordinary Time (2018), The Philosophical Journeys -episode 3 within Tracking the Naturalists– (2016), Trials, Exorcisms (2015), Active Life (2013), Lisbon-Province (2010) and Daycare Hospital (2003). Her films have been screened at several international festivals such as the Berlinale (Forum), Cannes (Quinzaine Des Réalisateurs), Rotterdam, Angers, Viennale, Vila do Conde, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, etc. Along with her activity as a filmmaker, Nobre also worked in the production of films by directors such as João Rosas, Basil da Cunha and Pedro Peralta, among others. She is currently in the post-production phase of her latest feature film, Cidade Rabat.


Rotterdam, 2011

Festival Premiers Plans d’Angers, 2011

Split Film Festival, MFNF, 2011

L’Alternativa (Barcelona) 2022