Aitaré da Praia

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Aitaré da Praia
Aitaré da Praia.jpg
Directed by Gentil Roiz
Ary Severo (co-director)
Produced by Joaquim Tavares
Written by Luís Maranhão (story)
Tito Severo
Starring Ary Severo
Almery Steves
Rilda Fernandes
Cinematography Edson Chagas
Release date
  • 1925 (1925)
Running time
62 minutes
Country Brazil
Language Silent

Aitaré da Praia is a 1925 Brazilian film directed by Gentil Roiz in the city of Recife. Its genre is included in the categories of Drama and romance; and is considered a feature and silent film. It is also known as Raft of death.

Synopsis

Aitaré da Praia tell's the history of one young man called Aitaré who fall's in love with his girlfriend Cora. One day, in a raft trip Aitaré saves the life of one rich Colonel (Felipe Rosa) and his daughter. Cora doesn't like her enthusiasm and after a few misunderstandings between them, when they came back to the big city (Recife), she decides to break up the relationship with him. Just five years later, Aitaré will understand Cora reasons.

Cast

  • José Amaro
  • Antonio Campos
  • Mario Cardoso
  • Queiroz Coutinho
  • Amália de Souza
  • Valderez de Souza
  • Rilda Fernandes
  • Claudio José
  • Mario Lima
  • Luiz Marques
  • Pedro Neves
  • Ary Severo
  • Tito Severo
  • J. Soares (as Jota Soares)
  • Almery Steves
  • Rosa Temporal

External links

  • Aitaré da Praia Synopsis
  • Aitaré da Praia on IMDb


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