By Indiewire | Indiewire April 21, 2014 at 10:09AM
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Tweetable Logline: The passions and pains of a group of elders sharing the same building every weekday.Elevator Pitch: In a retirement home in Sandim, a small town in the north of Portugal, a group of elders live their day to day lives. The group is composed by retired farmers, veterans of the Ultramar war (portuguese colonial war), teachers, construction workers, among others. In the morning they pray the rosary and have gymnastic lessons. After lunch they watch television, rest and the ones that are able go for a walk. There's also yoga lessons and sometimes tours to visit places. "Retirement Home" is the result of 6 months following a remarkable group of people.
Director, Producer, Editor, Cinematographer: Fernando Lino
Music composer: Pedro Gaspar
Sound designer: Branko Neskov
We follow their day to day lives: the troubles they're facing with the economic crisis happening in the country, their anguishes, and their dreams.
Current Status: The film is now in the final stages of editing. We're crowdfunding to help pay the sound mix of the film.For more information and to support this project: Indiegogo Page