Constança (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by José Joaquim de Castro

Genres Drama     Short    
Writers Eugénio de Castro (book)
José Joaquim de Castro (screenplay) (as José de Castro)
Country Portugal
Language Portuguese
Runtime Portugal:27 min
Plot ... search for Constança on IMDb

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  • Constança (2010) - IMDb

    Directed by José Joaquim de Castro. With Sofia Magalhaes, Ana Bandeira, Victor Gonçalves, Joana Cotrim. Portugal, 1340. Ines de Castro and D.Pedro lived the most popular love story ever to be known in this land yet little do we know about its origins and the silent tragedy carried by Constanca.

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