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A Hora da Liberdade Trailer (1999)

24 April 1999 Drama, Factual 164 mins

Based on the events which took place the night of April 24th, 1999 in Portugal. This is the story of the Coup d'État which put an end to the Dictatorship and reinstated the Democracy.

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António Capelo

as Major Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho

Manuel Wiborg

as Capitão Salgueiro Maia

Marcantonio Del Carlo

as Tenente Coronel Garcia dos Santos

Vítor Norte

as Major Comando Jaime Neves

Alexandre de Sousa

as Comandante Vítor Crespo

Júlio Cardoso

as General António de Spínola

José Manuel Mendes

as Marcello Caetano

Jorge Gonçalves

as Major Sanches Osório

Artur Ramos

as Brigadeiro Junqueira dos Reis

André Gago

as Brito e Cunha

Cristina Carvalhal

as Clarisse Guerra (Locutora)

Eurico Lopes

as Joaquim Furtado (Jornalista)

Francisco Pestana

as Tenente Coronel Lopes Pires

International Releases Dates

Portugal 24 April 1999

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