Cinema at the Table: a wave of emotions (and delights) at Maus Hábitos

We leave the cinema for a more relaxed session at Maus Hábitos. Waiting for us, we have four short films and a delicious dinner. The films we propose, from various cinematographic genres, reflect on current and past issues, which are of interest to young people, but also to adults.

This session promises to bring to the table subjects for reflection and discussion, from the repression of the dictatorship to the dynamics of our parents’ divorce. We can find films such as O Casaco Rosa by Mónica Santos, Memoir of a Veering Storm de Sofia Georgovassili,L’Amour en plan by Claire Sichez and Autosaurus rex by Marcel Barelli.

Session (48′ – +13 years)
→ Wed. 25th Jan – 21h00 – Maus Hábitos

Free admission. Reservation available by calling (+351) 937 202 918 (national mobile network)


O Casaco Rosa
Mónica Santos, Portugal, anim., 2022, 8′.

A political music movie about a Pink Jacket who always has something up his sleeve. In the comfort of his home, Pink Jacket tortures and sews up the opponents of the system.

Memoir of a Veering Storm
Sofia Georgovassili, Greece, fic., 2022, 14′.

What happens to doe during the reproductive period? What does a young woman’s body feel during and after an abortion? Can a cyclone erupt only in our unconscious? It is a September morning. A storm is about to fall. Α mother takes a girl to school in the morning and brings a woman at the end of the school day. Anna, a fifteen-year-old girl runs away from school and, with the help of her boyfriend, they go to the hospital. There she has to face an event that will lead her into adulthood.

L’Amour en plan
Claire Sichez, France, anim., 2021, 14′.

20 years of living together in which they no longer live together. Carine, Fabrice and their son Simon live each in their own corner until they have to confront everything that separates… and unites them.

Autosaurus rex
Marcel Barelli, Switzerland, anim., 2022, 6′

Among the different species that inhabit our planet, one stands out especially for its power and impact on ecosystems. It is the Autosaurus Rex!

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