Men and Women (1964 film)


Men and Women (1964 film)
Men and Women
Directed by Walter Hugo Khouri
Produced by Nelson Gaspari
Walter Hugo Khouri
Written by Walter Hugo Khouri
Starring Norma Bengell
Cinematography Rudolf Icsey
Editing by Mauro Alice
Release date(s) 17 August, 1964
Running time 93 minutes
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese

Men and Women (Portuguese: Noite Vazia) is a 1964 Brazilian drama film directed by Walter Hugo Khouri. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

Cast

  • Norma Bengell - Mara
  • Odete Lara - Regina
  • Mário Benvenutti - Luisinho
  • Gabriele Tinti - Nelson
  • Lisa Negri - Nelson's lover
  • Marisa Woodward
  • Anita Kennedy
  • Ricardo Rivas
  • Célia Watanabe - Japanese Waitress
  • Wilfred Khouri - Luis's son
  • Júlia Kovach
  • Darcy Cardoso
  • Laura Maria

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