Release date: 1970
When I sit and type up these reviews I, by rote, put the words “contains spoilers”. This time I nearly added in “not really” in brackets and then decided that, rather than do that, typing this explanatory paragraph would take up some much needed wordage as there is little to actually talk about with this one.
This review could be one word… if it were that word might be “bizarre” or it might be “crap”. Both are suitable for this effort. You’ll note from the screenshots that the film I watched was from a washed out VHS print, which itself was of a film originally shot on super 8. The film has no dialogue but does have occasional intertitles in Portugese. Don’t worry if you don’t read Portugese, there isn’t a gist to get. I understand that the first black and white section is historical and the colour section contemporary. Luckily the film is only 27 minutes long.
Sheesh… Absolutely, unmitigated bizarre crap. Director Cardoso would go on to direct As Sete Vampiras, the latter being better than this, which gets a magnificent 0 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.