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Mon, 02 Oct 2017 18:06 - Updated Tue, 03 Oct 2017 08:37

Film "Vingança contra o amor" by Angolan Baruch Tadisi

Luanda - The film "Vingança contra o amor" by Angolan director Baruch Tadisi is set for November 3 in the Zap Cinema hall, located in Avenida Shopping Mall in Luanda.

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The Pre- shooting and presentation takes place on October 20, in a session to be held at Instituto Superior Politécnico Metropolitano de Angola (Imetro).

The movie "Vingança Contra o Amor” is a 75-minute feature-length film that portrays Mizé's moving story, a beautiful and attractive young woman who seeks revenge on the person who caused her father's blindness.

Tadisi Nsangu Baruch was born in Luanda, on October 14, 1984.

He attended the course of modern Art and language at Instituto Superior de Educação (ISCED). During his studies he got interested for cinema, starting to produce and edit his own productions, without attending any video course.

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