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Otalia de Bahia

Otalia de Bahia

A Feature film by Marcel Camus

Produced by Orphée Arts

Release in France : 22/09/1976

  • Contents

Actors (4)

Production and distribution (5)

Executive Producer :

Orphée Arts

Foreign production company :

CIC Brasil

French distribution :

Cinema International Corporation (CIC)

Co-production :

France 3 Cinéma

Film exports/foreign sales :

Paravision International

Synopsis

The adventures of Otalia, a strangely innocent young Brazilian prostitute who has just arrived in Salvador, Bahia. Though her belongings are stolen from her shortly after arrival, Otalia swiftly meets up with a group of charming and helpful friends.

Full credits (15)

Executive Producer :

Claire Duval

Adapter/dialogue writer :

Marcel Camus

Author of original work :

Jorge Amado

Sound Recordist :

Juárez Dagoberto Costa

Production Manager :

Guy Blanc

Assistant editor :

Yvette Bastide

Music Composers :

Walter Queiroz, Antonio Carlos, Jocafi

Sound Mixer :

Alex Pront

Assistant Director :

Jean-Pierre Vergne

Dialogue Writers :

Marcel Camus, Jorge Amado

Director of Photography :

André Domage

Camera Operator :

Michel Deloire

Editor :

Andrée Feix

Production Designer :

Joëlle Picaud

Foley artist :

Daniel Couteau

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :

Fiction

Sub-genre :

Drama

Production language :

French

Coproducer countries :

France, Brazil

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Production year :

1976

French release :

22/09/1976

Runtime :

2 h 1 min

Current status :

Released

Visa number :

45230

Visa issue date :

20/08/1976

Approval :

Unknown

Production formats :

35mm

Color type :

Color

Audio format :

Mono