Ramiro

Ramiro

Ramiro is a movie starring António Mortágua, Madalena Almeida, and Fernanda Neves. Ramiro is a bookstore owner in Lisbon and a poet in perpetual creative block. He lives, somewhat frustrated, somewhat conformed, between his shop and...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Genres
Drama
Actors
António Mortágua, Fernanda Neves, Sofia Marques, Madalena Almeida
Director
Manuel Mozos
Writer
Mariana Ricardo, Telmo Churro
Country
Portugal
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «Ramiro» (106)

Ann Garza avatar
Ann Garza

Ramiro is a bookstore owner in Lisbon and a poet in perpetual creative block. He lives, somewhat frustrated, somewhat conformed, between his shop and the tavern, accompanied by his dog, his faithful drinking companions and his neighbors: a pregnant teenager and her grandmother recovering from a stroke. He would gladly continue living this quiet and somewhat anachronistic routine if events worthy of a soap opera did not invade his bubble.

Sara Kelley avatar
Sara Kelley

This movie is everything I had hoped it to be and far, far more. Literally every choice they made while making it was a right one.

Roger H. avatar
Roger H.

This movie fires on all cylinders! It was CRAZY! Fernanda Neves played his role with enthusiasm but António Mortágua is...well.. António Mortágua! It's definitely a Friday night flick

Kathryn avatar
Kathryn

Excellent film!!!! But then again I feel Sofia Marques can't make a bad movie :-)

Jeffrey Lynch avatar
Jeffrey Lynch

I really enjoyed this movie. If you like Drama this movie won't let you down.

Justin avatar
Justin

Pleasantly surprised. I really liked it.

Alexander avatar
Alexander

If you have not seen this film just take the time to watch it and just take in the amazing story and the incredible performances turned in by the cast!

Victoria avatar
Victoria

I am not a fan Fernanda Neves, but that aside, he is excellent and never seems to age, and his energy is great. So is António Mortágua and the entire cast. The cinematography is amazing