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North of Italy, the von Ketten dispute the forces of the Episcopate of Trent. Herr Ketten seeks marriage in a distant country, Portugal. After their honeymoon journey back home, Ketten leaves again for the war. Eleven years elapsed… Rumours are running about the presence of that 'foreign' in the castle. Some say she's a heretic. Until one day, the Bishop of Trento ends up dying and, with the signature of peace, falls the background of von Ketten's life. Will the Portuguese win, where death seems to be moving in?

  1. Rita Azevedo Gomes

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Agustina Bessa-Luís


  3. Robert Musil


Top Billed Cast

  1. Ingrid Caven

    Ingrid Caven

  2. Pierre Léon

    Pierre Léon

  3. Rita Durão

    Rita Durão

  4. João Vicente

  5. Luís Lucas

    Luís Lucas

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The Portuguese Woman


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Original Title A Portuguesa

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 12, 2018


Original Language Portuguese

Runtime 2h 16m

Budget -

Revenue -



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