Tempo de Resistência (2003)
1h 50min · Documentary · 29 October 2003
"Tempo de Resistência" is a documentary with highlights of the darkest period of the Brazilian history, and uses footages and interviews to discloses to the youngest generations and recall the older generations the military dictatorship that has governed Brazil for decades since 1964. Further, it discloses a romantic time of the political life, when people were capable to sacrifice their own lives to make a better country. Director Andre Ristum uses a great work of research and interviews with Takao Amano, Dom Angélico Bernardino, Vanderlei Caixe, Denize Crispim, José Adolfo de Granville, José Dirceu, Teresa Jemma, Franklin Martins, Leopoldo Paulino and Terezinha Zerbini, some of them very emotional and touching, to make this documentary.
- Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Director(s): Andre RistumCast: José Dirceu, Franklin Martins