The Forest (2002 film)
|Directed by||Leonel Vieira|
|Produced by||Luis Méndez|
|Written by||Ferreira de Castro (novel)
The Forest (A Selva) is a 2002 film directed by Leonel Vieira.
The movie won the "Best Film" at the 2003 Golden Globes Portugal.
Alberto (played by Diogo Morgado) is a young Portuguese monarchist who in 1912 is exiled to Brazil. There, he is contracted by Velasco (Karra Elejalde), a Spanish overseer, to work in the heart of the forest. Alberto discovers a strange and wild world, in which the Indians, the fever and the madness of the men are daily dangers.
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