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1. Nzinga, Queen of Angola (2013)
Director: Sérgio Graciano
Njinga is a narrative tale set in Angola in the 17th century. The protagonist is a warrior woman who seeks to liberate her people from the oppression of the Portuguese colonizers. After witnessing her son’s death and the degradation of her people caused by the colonization of Angola by the Portuguese, the protagonist becomes the queen of her people and continues to struggle for their freedom. Following the murder of her son, her people are subjected to maltreatment by the colonizers. – Benin Movies
Director: Sarah Maldoror
The Portuguese secret police arrested Domingos, an African liberation movement member, unjustly following a violent incident in Angola. Domingos was suspected of being a member of a revolutionary group, yet he remained loyal to his comrades. While in custody, Domingos was subjected to severe torture, which ultimately led to his untimely death. – Benin Movies
3. Serpentarius (2019)
Director: Carlos Conceição
The story follows a young man in search of his mother’s soul as he traverses a continent that has been destroyed by a catastrophic event. A young man as he traverses a desolate African landscape in search of his mother’s spirit. – Benin Movies
4. Air Conditioner (2020)
Director: Mario Bastos
The story follows the efforts of a housemaid and a security guard to restore an air conditioner to their boss in the capital city of Angola, Luanda. On the day of the incident, all the buildings in the area experienced a power outage. The security guard Matacedo is asked to retrieve the Airco unit from his boss by the deadline, and he embarks on a journey to meet the eccentric proprietor of the electronics shop. – Benin Movies
5. Our Lady of the Chinese Shop (2022)
Director: Ery Claver
When a Chinese entrepreneur brings a bizarre plastic depiction of the Virgin Mary to the streets of Luanda, one grieving mother searches for comfort, one devoted barber finds a new faith, and one lost child seeks revenge for a long-lost friend.
The characters encounter a plastic sculpture of the Virgin Mary, which has been placed on a mega-sale by a powerful Chinese businessman.
The Chinese businessman holds sway over the majority of Catholics in Angola and is intent on profiting from the Virgin Mary doll, which has been imported into Luanda from a foreign country. The Virgin Mary doll will soon have a significant impact on the people of Angola. – Benin Movies
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6. O Grande Kilapy (2012)
Director: Zézé Gamboa
Back in the ’70s, when Angola was on the verge of independence, Pablo Escobar was a cynical, disillusioned man who tried to pull off a scam to extort money from Portugal’s colonial government. The show follows him as he tries to pull off the scam.
In the mid-70s, as Angolans were on the brink of independence, a cynical, disaffected individual engaged in a fraudulent scheme to extort money from the Portuguese colonial government. The story follows the exploits of this well-intentioned and apolitical scoundrel, played by the sardonic playwright and actor, Mr. Gamboa. – Benin Movies
7. Order of the Dragon (2018)
Director: David O’Connor
The Portuguese secret police arrested Domingos, an African liberation movement member, unjustly following a violent incident in Angola. Domingos was suspected of being a member of a revolutionary group, yet he remained loyal to his comrades.
While in custody, Domingos was subjected to severe torture, which ultimately led to his untimely death. Unfortunately, his wife was not aware of his arrest and searched tirelessly from the detention center to the detention center to locate him. – Benin Movies
8. The Hero (2004)
Director: Zézé Gamboa
The hero follows four people’s lives as they navigate life in Luanda after the civil war. Vitório is a war vet who gets hurt by a mine while trying to find work. Manu is a 10-year-old who’s looking for his dad four years later. Joana is a teacher who helps Manu, and Judite is a hooker who falls in love with Vitorrio. – Benin Movies
Director: Maria João Ganga
The Hero tells the story of four people living in Luanda after the Angolan Civil War. The protagonist, Vitório, is a war veteran who has been disabled by a land mine and is looking for work.
The protagonist’s protagonist, Manu, is a ten-year-old boy who is on a mission to find his missing father.
Manu’s mother, Joana, is a second-grade teacher who acts as his mentor. The protagonist’s protagonist, Judite (Maria Barbara), is a prostitute who falls in love with Vitório. – Benin Movies
10. Dias Santana (2016)
Director: Maradona Dias Dos Santos
Matias Santana witnessed his parents’ murder when he was six years old, with his unborn brother Dias as a witness. Both brothers have since gone on to pursue careers in the military and police respectively, with Matias having achieved the rank of General in the army.
Upon learning that the perpetrator of the crime, Angola’s highest crime boss, was the same person responsible for the death of their parents, one brother sought revenge and the other sought justice.
However, it is Ferreira’s criminal activities that fall outside of their jurisdiction, and to bring him to justice, both brothers must enter South Africa illegally without being discovered and eliminate the criminal. The only impediment to their success is each other. – Benin Movies