I'll See You in My Dreams (2003 film)

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I'll See You in My Dreams
Directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas
Produced by Paula Diogo
Filipe Melo
Written by Filipe Melo
Ivan Vivas
Miguel Ángel Vivas
Starring Adelino Tavares
São José Correia
Sofia Aparício
Music by José Sánchez-Sanz
Ivan Vivas
Cinematography Pedro J. Márquez
Edited by José Pepe Tito
Release date
  • July 1, 2003 (2003-07-01)
Running time
20 minutes
Country Portugal
Language Portuguese

I'll See You in My Dreams is a 2003 Portuguese short horror film directed by Miguel Ángel Vivas.


The film is set in a small rural town that is haunted by the undead. Only one man seems to be able to stop them, and that is Lúcio, a worker whose wife recently turned into a zombie, forcing him to keep her locked in the basement. In a local tavern he finds a second shot at true love, but this blooming romance is threatened by the situation plaguing the town.


It was produced by a crew of musicians, filmmakers and actors who call themselves O Pato Profissional Produções. They claim this to be the first Portuguese zombie movie.[1]


Portuguese metal band Moonspell recorded a song for this movie, also titled "I'll See You in My Dreams," originally written by Isham Jones, with lyrics by Gus Kahn. Upon completion of the movie, the cast and crew volunteered to stay longer, and shoot a promotional music video based on this song.[2]


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