Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Jose Mojica Marins|
|Produced by||Augusto Pereira|
|Written by||José Mojica Marins|
|Starring||José Mojica Marins
Aldenoura de Sá Porto
|Music by||João da Silva|
|Edited by||Luiz Elias|
God's Sentence (Portuguese: Sentença de Deus) is an unfinished Brazilian western film project developed between 1954 and 1956, directed by José Mojica Marins. Marins is also known by his alter ego Zé do Caixão (in English, Coffin Joe). The film was restored into a complete format in 2007 by Portal Heco de Cinema de Brasil.
Antonio, desperate man who cannot maintain a job to support his mother, Dona Lídia, and his sister Marta, after his father, a banker and patriarchal head of the family, is killed. Later, he boards a group of criminals who plan a robbery and they want and him to be the driver.
The production of the film was interrupted after some problems, including the death of actress Conchita Espanhol.
- Aldenoura de Sá Porto
- Conchita Espanhol
- José Mojica Marins
- Nancy Montez
- Rosita Soler
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