A Dama do cine Shanghai


1h 57m 1988

Brief Synopsis

An ex-boxer wanders into a movie house and quickly falls under the spell of an alluring woman.

Film Details

Also Known As
Dama do cine Shanghai, Lady From the Shanghai Cinema, The
Release Date
1988
Location
Brazil

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 57m

Synopsis

An ex-boxer wanders into a movie house and quickly falls under the spell of an alluring woman.

Crew

Renata Almeida

On-Set Production Assistant

Arrigo Barnabe

Song ("Sky Of My Blues")

Glavco Rodrigues Bueno

Production Assistant

Augustus Campos

Song Performer ("Sophisticated Lady")

B Cestari

Other

Lito Mendes Darocha

Camera Operator

Djalma Castor Dasilva

Production Assistant

Guilherme Dealmeida Prado

Screenwriter

Joao Debartolo

On-Set Production Assistant

Luis Delima

Sound Re-Recordist

Manuel Batista Denascimento

Production Assistant

Maria Jose Deoliveira

On-Set Production Assistant

Luis Humberto Desouza Martins

Production Assistant

Jair Garcia Duarte

Editor

Jose Roberto Eliezar

Cinematographer

Duke Ellington

Song ("Sophisticated Lady")

Rob Filmes

Sound Re-Recordist

Hector Gomez

Production Designer

Odar Guarani

Camera Operator

Viviene Guimaraes

Production Assistant

Eduardo Henrique

Other

Assuncao Hernandes

Producer

Maricio Jacovani

Sound Effects

Gyula Kolozsvari

Camera Operator

Roberto Leite

Sound Re-Recordist

Marcos Madaleno

Production Assistant

Cida Martins

Wardrobe

Orlando Megalhaes

On-Set Production Assistant

Irving Mills

Song ("Sophisticated Lady")

Hermelino Neder

Song Performer ("Cor De Cinza")

Hermelino Neder

Music

Hermelino Neder

Song ("Sky Of My Blues")

Hermelino Neder

Musical Arrangements

Laura Okomura

Song Performer ("Honda")

Laura Okomura

Song

Mitchell Parish

Song ("Sophisticated Lady")

Plinio Peloso

Makeup

Luis Fernando Pereira

Costume Designer

Mauro Porrino

Executive Producer

Claudio Portioli

Cinematographer

Jorge Poulson

Sound Recordist

Carlos Renno

Song ("Sky Of My Blues")

Paulo Rogerio

Production Assistant

Noel Rosa

Song ("Cor De Cinza")

Anata Sagashite

Song ("Honda")

Nei Santi Junior

Camera Operator

Rudge Schwerther

On-Set Production Assistant

Ricardo Pintoe Silva

Assistant Director

Sara Silveira

Production Supervisor

Jacob Solitrenick

Camera Operator

Maghda Stras

Production Assistant

Paulo Tatit

Other

Paulo Vanzolini

Song ("Honda")

Nadia K Velecico

Advisor

Helio Ziskind

Other

Helio Ziskind

Sound Recordist

Helio Ziskind

Instrumental Arrangement ("Cor De Cinza")

Film Details

Also Known As
Dama do cine Shanghai, Lady From the Shanghai Cinema, The
Release Date
1988
Location
Brazil

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 57m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States 1989

Released in United States 1990

Released in United States June 1990

Released in United States May 1988

Released in United States October 28, 1988

Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 1988.

Shown at London Latin American Film Festival September 28-October 11, 1990.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival June 3-4, 1990.

Shown at Sorrento International Encounter October 28, 1988.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 30 & October 4, 1989.

An homage to Orson Welles' "The Lady From Shanghai."

Released in United States 1989 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival September 30 & October 4, 1989.)

Released in United States 1990 (Shown at London Latin American Film Festival September 28-October 11, 1990.)

Released in United States May 1988 (Shown at Cannes Film Festival May 1988.)

Released in United States June 1990 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival June 3-4, 1990.)

Released in United States October 28, 1988 (Shown at Sorrento International Encounter October 28, 1988.)