A Hidden Life
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- country: Brazil
- language: Portuguese Language
- producer: Assunção Hernandes
- executive producer: João Batista de Andrade
- art direction by Adrian Cooper
- written by Suzana Amaral
- based on a story by Autran Dourado
- Sabrina Greve as Biela
- Eliane Giardini as Constança
- Cacá Amaral as Conrado
- Neuza Borges as Joviana
- Tânia Botelho as Dona Alice
- Itamar Gonçalves as Gumercindo
- Nayara Guércio as Mazília
- Gê Martu as Zico
- Cida Mendes as Marieta
- Delmar Mendonça as Coronel Eupídio
- Eric Nowinsky as Modesto
- Júlia Pascale as Dona Francisca
- Humberto Pedrancini as Chico Branco
- Cláudia Rezende as Dona Geni
- Iuri Saraiva as Alfeu
- cinematography by Lauro Escorel
- edited by Verónica Sáenz
- music by Luis Henrique Xavier
- costume design by Marjorie Gueller
- set decoration by Adrian Cooper
- genre: Drama
- released in (14 years ago)
- "A Hidden Life" is a memoir by the Dutch-American author Johanna Reiss. Reiss won the Newbery Honor for her account of her experiences as a child during the Holocaust, The Upstairs Room, which was followed by a sequel The Journey Back.
- also known as "A hidden life: a memoir of August 1969", hidden life
- "A hidden life" is a book by Autran Dourado.
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Volume 23: Folk Art by Carol Crown, Cheryl Rivers, Charles Reagan Wilson
Mechal Sobel, Painting a Hidden Life: The Art of Bill Traylor (2005); Cecilia Steinfeldt, Art for History's ...
by Kelly Boyd
ivil History", 1971 A Hidden Life: The Enigma of Sir Edmund Backhouse, 1976, in US as Hermit of Peking: The Hidden Life of Sir Edmund Backhouse, ...
by Derek Gregory, Ron Johnston, Geraldine Pratt, Michael Watts, Sarah Whatmore
There is, then, a hidden life to commodities and understanding something of this secret life might reveal profound insights into the entire edifice -the society, the culture, the political economy -of commodity-producing systems. It is possible to ...
Encyclopedia of Monasticism (2013)
by William M. Johnston
describe all look to a common origin in the deserts of the East, and all, in ways subtly distinct both from one another and from other historical manifestations of themselves, share a commitment to a hidden life of asceticism and contemplation .
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