Night Train To LisbonRaimund Gregorius, a Swiss Professor, abandons his lectures and buttoned-down life to embark on a thrilling adventure that will take him on a journey to the very heart of himself.
Critic Reviews of "Night Train To Lisbon"
New York PostDecember 06, 2013
It's all terribly talky and low-energy; that wonderful noirish title, it turns out, was just a front for a history lecture.
New York TimesDecember 05, 2013
After barely stirring to life, "Night Train to Lisbon" mercifully expires.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.comDecember 05, 2013
Night Train to Lisbon is a handsomely crafted, well-acted love story within a love story, even if it doesn't engage as much as it should.
New York Daily NewsDecember 05, 2013
"Murder on the Orient Express," this ain't.
Time OutDecember 04, 2013
Take the last train to anywhere but here.
Village VoiceDecember 03, 2013
August's vision of the world, archaic though it may willingly be, is appealingly urbane ...
The Film StageJune 21, 2016
Personal emotion may get in the way for dramatic purposes, but these characters seem to always know there was something more important behind it.
HeyUGuysNovember 19, 2014
At times Night Train to Lisbon can feel somewhat generic and cliched, but is saved, predominantly, thanks to the credentials of this remarkable, international cast.
Radio TimesOctober 24, 2014
An ageing academic embarks on a journey of self-discovery in this old-fashioned European thriller.
Independent (UK)October 23, 2014
In its lesser moments, the film feels like a European art-house adaptation of a Mills and Boon novel or a Saga holiday commercial, but it is beautifully shot and packed with cameos from big-name actors.
GuardianOctober 23, 2014
On TV, this might while away a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Total FilmOctober 22, 2014
The back-and-forth narrative saps the story of tension, while Irons bumbles around like a dippy Dumbledore.
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Jeremy IronsBirth date: 19 September 1948, Cowes, Isle of Wight, England, UKDescription: Elegant and handsome British actor Jeremy Irons was born in Cowes, Isle of Wight, a small island just off the south coast of England. He is the son of Barbara Anne Brereton (Sharpe) and Paul Dugan Irons, an accountant. Young Jeremy didn't prove very fond of figures. A typical islander, he used to go to mainland England only once a year. He wound up being grounded when his family settled down in Hertfordshire. At the age of 13 he enrolled in Sherborne School, Dorset, where he was happy as he could practise his favorite sport, horse-riding. Before becoming an actor, he had considered a veterinarian surgeon's career.He trained at the Bristol Old Vic School for two years, then joined Bristol Old Vic repertory company where he gained much experience working in everything from Shakespeare to contemporary dramas. He moved to London in 1971 and had a number of odd jobs before landing the role of "John the Baptist" in the hit musical "Godspell". He went on to a successful early career in the West End theatre and on TV, and debuted on-screen in Nijinsky (1980). In the early 80s, he gained international attention with his starring role in the Granada Television serial adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's classic novel Brideshead Revisited (1981), after which he was much in demand as a romantic leading man. He went on to a steady film career. In 1984, he debuted on Broadway opposite: Glenn Close in Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing" and, in the mid-80s, he appeared in three lead roles with the Royal Shakespeare Company.Once described as 'the thinking woman's pin up', he has made his name in thought provoking films such as David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers (1988), for which he won the New York Critics Best Actor Award. He gained a Golden Globe Award in addition to an Oscar for Best Actor in 1990 for his role as Claus von Bulow in Reversal of Fortune (1990) alongside Glenn Close. Among his many achievements, his role as Professor Higgins in Loewe-Lerner's famous musical "My Fair Lady" mustn't be forgotten. It was in London, back in 1987.He is married to actress Sinéad Cusack, with whom he appeared in Waterland (1992) and in the Royal Shakespeare Company plays. He appeared with his son Samuel Irons and his father-in-law Cyril Cusack in the film Roald Dahl's Danny the Champion of the World (1989). His son Max Irons is also an actor.
Mélanie LaurentBirth date: 21 February 1983, Paris, FranceDescription: Mélanie Laurent was born in Paris, France. She is the daughter of Annick, a ballet teacher, and Pierre, a voice actor, who is most recognized for the French version of The Simpsons (1989). She has a younger brother, Mathieu, and has both Sephardi Jewish (from Tunisia) and Ashkenazi Jewish (from Poland) ancestry. In 1998, Laurent was visiting the set of Astérix & Obélix contre César (1999) with a friend when she caught the attention of Gérard Depardieu. He offered her a role in his next film Un pont entre deux rives (1999). She only played a small role, but it was enough to further Mélanie's interest in acting.
Jack HustonBirth date: 7 December 1982, London, England, UKDescription: Jack Huston was born on December 7, 1982 in London, England. He is an actor, known for American Hustle (2013), Ben-Hur (2016) and Outlander (2008).
Martina GedeckBirth date: 14 September 1961, Munich, Bavaria, GermanyDescription: Martina Gedeck was born in Munich. After spending a year in the US, she studied drama at the prestigious Max-Reinhardt-Seminar at the Berlin University of the Arts. Martinas film career began while she was still at drama school. Her filmography covers practically all genres of film.Gedeck has won a total of 23 major cinema and TV awards. She was nominated as Europe's best actress on her role in "Mostly Martha", the film was later remade with Catherine Zeta-Jones playing her role.Her films were twice selected as Germany's entry to the Oscars. 2007 "The Lives of Others" with her in the lead role won the Oscar for foreign-language film. 2009 she has again the title role in German Oscar contender "The Baader Meinhof Complex", also nominated for the Golden Globes.Martina Gedeck resides in Berlin, Germany.
Tom CourtenayBirth date: 25 February 1937, Kingston-Upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, UKDescription: Acting chameleon Sir Tom Courtenay, along with Sirs Alan Bates and Albert Finney, became front-runners in an up-and-coming company of rebel upstarts who created quite a stir in British "kitchen sink" cinema during the early 60s. An undying love for the theatre, however, had Courtenay channeling a different course than the afore-mentioned greats and he never, by his own choosing, attained comparable cinematic stardom.The gaunt and glum, fair-haired actor was born Thomas Daniel Courtenay of modest surroundings on February 25, 1937, in Hull, East Yorkshire, England, the son of Thomas Henry Courtenay, a ship painter, and his wife Anne Eliza (née Quest). Graduating from Kingston High School there, he trained in drama at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. His reputation as an actor grew almost immediately with his professional debut in 1960 as Konstantin in "The Seagull" at the Old Vic. Following tours in Scotland and London with the play, Tom performed in "Henry IV, Part I" and "Twelfth Night" (also at the Old Vic) before assuming the title role of Billy from Albert Finney in the critically-acclaimed drama "Billy Liar" at the Cambridge Theatre in 1961. The story, which tells of a Yorkshire man who creates a fantasy world to shield himself from his mundane middle-class woes, was the initial spark in Tom's rise to fame.The recognition he received landed him squarely into the heap of things as a new wave of "angry young men" were taking over British cinema during the swinging 60s. Singled out for his earlier stage work at RADA, he was eventually handed the title role in the war film Private Potter (1962), but it was his second movie that clenched stardom. Winning the role of Colin Smith in The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962), Courtenay invested everything he had in this bruising portrayal of youthful desolation and rebellion. As a reform school truant whose solitary sentencing for robbing a bakery leads to a reawakening and subsequent recognition as a long distance runner, he was awarded a "Promising Newcomer" award from the British Film Academy, It was Courtenay then, and not Finney, who recreated his stage triumph as Billy Fisher in the stark film version of Billy Liar (1963). British Film Academy nominations came his way for this and for his fourth movie role in King & Country (1964). Vivid contributions to the films King Rat (1965), the ever-popular Doctor Zhivago (1965), which earned him his first Oscar nomination, and The Night of the Generals (1967) followed.Despite all this cinematic glory, Courtenay did not enjoy the process of movie-making and reverted back to his first passion -- the theatre -- beginning in 1966. Displaying his versatility with roles in such classic works as "The Cherry Orchard," "Macbeth" (as Malcolm), "Charley's Aunt," "The Playboy of the Western World," "Hamlet," "She Stoops to Conquer," "Peer Gynt" and "Arms and the Man," he still found scattered work in films, including The Day the Fish Came Out (1967), A Dandy in Aspic (1968) and Otley (1969), but none matched his earlier brilliance. In 1971 he took a self-imposed, decade-long sabbatical from filming.Forming a sturdy association with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester that would last over a decade, he continued to impress with lead roles in "The Rivals" and "The Prince of Homburg". Following his huge success as the libidinous Norman in "The Norman Conquests" in London, he made his Broadway debut with "Otherwise Engaged" (1977) and earned a Tony nomination and Drama League Award in the process. It was his second Tony-nominated triumph in "The Dresser" in 1980-1981, however, that lured Courtenay back to films when he was asked to recreate the role for the large screen. The Dresser (1983) co-starred Tom as the mincing personal assistant to an appallingly self-destructive stage star played by Albert Finney (Paul Rogers played the role with Tom on Broadway) who struggles to get the actor through a rigorous performance of "King Lear". Both British actors received Oscar nominations but lost the 1984 "Best Actor" award to American Robert Duvall.Since then Tom has appeared on occasion in TV and film roles -- usually in support. A few standouts include the films Let Him Have It (1991), Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999), Last Orders (2001) and Nicholas Nickleby (2002), and the TV mini-series A Rather English Marriage (1998), for which he earned a British Television Award, and Little Dorrit (2008).Over the years Sir Tom has excelled in solo stage shows as well. As a chronic alcoholic in "Moscow Stations," he won the 1994 London Critics Circle Theatre and London Evening Standard Theatre awards for "Best Actor". In 2002, he wrote the one-man show "Pretending To Be Me," based on the letters and writings of poet Philip Larkin. In the past decade he has continued to distinguish himself on both the classical ("King Lear," "Uncle Vanya") and contemporary ("Art") stages.Courtenay's marriage to actress Cheryl Kennedy lasted about a decade (from 1973 to 1982). In 1988 he married Isabel Crossley, a stage manager at the Royal Exchange Theatre in London. He has no children from either marriage. In 1999, Sir Tom Courtenay was awarded an honorary doctorate from Hull University and in 2000 published his memoir "Dear Tom: Letters From Home", which earned strong reviews. Knighthood came a year after that.
August DiehlBirth date: 4 January 1976, Berlin, GermanyDescription: August Diehl was born on January 4, 1976 in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor and writer, known for Inglourious Basterds (2009), Salt (2010) and Die Fälscher (2007). He is married to Julia Malik. They have one child.
Bruno GanzBirth date: 22 March 1941, Zürich-Seebach, SwitzerlandDescription: Bruno Ganz debuted at the theatre in 1961 and gained there a good reputation as a solid, young actor. In 1970 he founded with Peter Stein the theatre company "Schaubuehne" of Berlin. His debut at the movies was early and unsuccessful during the decade of 1960. His talent as a reflexive actor with tendencies towards introspection was widely known after Sommergäste (1976).
Lena OlinBirth date: 22 March 1955, Stockholm, Stockholms län, SwedenDescription: Swedish-born Lena Olin already had a successful career as an actress before she came to Hollywood. She acted at the Royal Theatre in Stockholm and was directed by Ingmar Bergman. She was born in Stockholm, to actors Britta Holmberg and Stig Olin, who appeared in six of Bergman's films. Lena also belongs to the Bergman "family". As a young actress, she played in the great classics of William Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg. She made her international debut as a movie actress in Efter repetitionen (1984) (aka "After the Rehearsal"), directed by Bergman. In western Europe, she became well-known in the political movie The Unbearable Lightness of Being (1988) as "Sabina", in a story about the Prague spring (1968). After coming to the US, she played mostly distinguished, exotic temptresses, intelligent women and crude vamps. Bergman had developed Lena's artistic gift to play different human emotions and express them in a subtle way. Sydney Pollack, director of Out of Africa (1985), rewrote the screenplay for Havana (1990) especially for her. This explains why this film recalls associations with the classic Casablanca (1942), starring Ingrid Bergman, also from Sweden. Olin received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Enemies: A Love Story (1989). She went on to have a choice role in Chocolat (2000), which received a Best Picture Oscar nomination, and received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. She made a move to the smaller screen and played the role for one season as the deliciously evil "Irina Derevko", the mother to Jennifer Garner's "Sydney Bristow" in the series Alias (2001). Olin received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
Marco D'AlmeidaBirth date: 27 April 1975, MozambiqueDescription: Marco D'Almeida was born on April 27, 1975 in Mozambique as Marco Duarte Almeida. He is an actor and director, known for Meu Amor (2009), Belmonte (2013) and Ilha dos Amores (2007).
Beatriz BatardaBirth date: 1 April 1974, London, England, UKDescription: Beatriz Batarda was born on April 1, 1974 in London, England as Beatriz da Silveira Moreno Batarda. She is an actress, known for It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004), Alice (2005) and Yvone Kane (2014). She was previously married to Bernardo Sassetti.
Christopher LeeBirth date: 27 May 1922, Belgravia, London, England, UKDescription: Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee was perhaps the only actor of his generation to have starred in so many films and cult saga. Although most notable for personifying bloodsucking vampire, Dracula, on screen, he portrayed other varied characters on screen, most of which were villains, whether it be Francisco Scaramanga in the James Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), or Count Dooku in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002), or as the title monster in the Hammer Horror film, The Mummy (1959).Lee was born in 1922 in London, England, where he and his older sister Xandra were raised by their parents, Contessa Estelle Marie (Carandini di Sarzano) and Geoffrey Trollope Lee, a professional soldier, until their divorce in 1926. Later, while Lee was still a child, his mother married (and later divorced) Harcourt George St.-Croix (nicknamed Ingle), who was a banker. Lee's maternal great-grandfather was an Italian political refugee, while Lee's great-grandmother was English opera singer Marie (Burgess) Carandini.After attending Wellington College from age 14 to 17, Lee worked as an office clerk in a couple of London shipping companies until 1941 when he enlisted in the Royal Air Force during World War II. Following his release from military service, Lee joined the Rank Organisation in 1947, training as an actor in their "Charm School" and playing a number of bit parts in such films as Corridor of Mirrors (1948). He made a brief appearance in Laurence Olivier's Hamlet (1948), in which his future partner-in-horror Peter Cushing also appeared. Both actors also appeared later in Moulin Rouge (1952) but did not meet until their horror films together.Lee had numerous parts in film and television throughout the 1950s. He struggled initially in his new career because he was discriminated as being taller than the leading male actors of his time and being too foreign-looking. However, playing the monster in the Hammer film The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) proved to be a blessing in disguise, since the was successful, leading to him being signed on for future roles in Hammer Film Productions. Lee's association with Hammer Film Productions brought him into contact with Peter Cushing, and they became good friends. Lee and Cushing often than not played contrasting roles in Hammer films, where Cushing was the protagonist and Lee the villain, whether it be Van Helsing and Dracula respectively in Dracula (1958), or John Banning and Kharis the Mummy respectively in The Mummy (1959).Lee continued his role as "Dracula" in a number of Hammer sequels throughout the 1960s and into the early 1970s. During this time, he co-starred in The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959), and made numerous appearances as Fu Manchu, most notably in the first of the series The Face of Fu Manchu (1965), and also appeared in a number of films in Europe. With his own production company, Charlemagne Productions, Ltd., Lee made Nothing But the Night (1973) and To the Devil a Daughter (1976). By the mid-1970s, Lee was tiring of his horror image and tried to widen his appeal by participating in several mainstream films, such as The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970), The Three Musketeers (1973), The Four Musketeers (1974), and the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun (1974).The success of these films prompted him in the late 1970s to move to Hollywood, where he remained a busy actor but made mostly unremarkable film and television appearances, and eventually moved back to England. The beginning of the new millennium relaunched his career to some degree, during which he has played Count Dooku in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) and as Saruman the White in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Lee played Count Dooku again in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) and as Johnny Depp's character's father in the Tim Burton film, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005).On 16 June 2001, he was created a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in recognition of his services to drama. He was created a Knight Bachelor on 13 June 2009 in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to drama and charity. In addition he was made a Commander of the Order of St John on 16 January 1997.Lee died at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital on 7 June 2015 at 8:30 am after being admitted for respiratory problems and heart failure, shortly after celebrating his 93rd birthday there. His wife delayed the public announcement until 11 June, in order to break the news to their family
Charlotte RamplingBirth date: 5 February 1946, Sturmer, Essex, England, UKDescription: Tessa Charlotte Rampling was born 5 February 1946 in Sturmer, England, to Isabel Anne (Gurteen), a painter, and Godfrey Lionel Rampling, an Olympic gold medalist, army officer, and colonel, who became a NATO commander. She was educated at Jeanne d'Arc Académie pour Jeunes Filles in Versailles, France and at the exclusive St. Hilda's school in Bushey, England. She was a model before entering films in Richard Lester's The Knack ...and How to Get It (1965), followed by roles in Georgy Girl (1966) and Luchino Visconti's La caduta degli dei (Götterdämmerung) (1969). Rampling is best known for her role in Liliana Cavani's Il portiere di notte (1974), where she played a concentration camp survivor who is reunited with the Nazi guard (Dirk Bogarde) who tortured her throughout her captivity. In 1974, she co-starred with Sean Connery in John Boorman's science fiction adventure Zardoz (1974), with Robert Mitchum in Farewell, My Lovely (1975), with Woody Allen in his Stardust Memories (1980), and with Paul Newman in Sidney Lumet's The Verdict (1982). An actress always willing to take on bold and meaningful roles, Rampling had perhaps the most off-beat one in Nagisa Ôshima's 1986 comedy Max mon amour (1986) as Margaret, a woman in love with a chimpanzee. She has also voiced video games, such as The Ring.
Nicolau BreynerBirth date: 30 July 1940, Serpa, PortugalDescription: Nicolau Breyner was born on July 30, 1940 in Serpa, Portugal as João Nicolau de Melo Breyner Moreira Lopes. He is known for his work on Louco Amor (2012), Vingança (2007) and Nico d'Obra (1993). He was married to Mafalda Gomes de Amorim Bessa, Sofia Sá da Bandeira and Mafalda Maria de Alpoim Vieira Barbosa. He died on March 14, 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal.
Jane ThorneBirth date: 30 July 1940, Serpa, PortugalDescription: Jane Thorne is an actress, known for 28 Weeks Later (2007), Night Train to Lisbon (2013) and Spartacus (2004).
Burghart KlaußnerBirth date: 13 September 1949, Berlin, GermanyDescription: Burghart Klaußner was born on September 13, 1949 in Berlin, Germany. He is an actor, known for Good Bye Lenin! (2003), Das weiße Band - Eine deutsche Kindergeschichte (2009) and Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei (2004). He is married to Jenny. They have two children.
Adriano LuzBirth date: 9 April 1959, Oporto, PortugalDescription: Adriano Luz was born on April 9, 1959 in Oporto, Portugal. He is known for his work on Morangos com Açúcar (2003), Remédio Santo (2011) and Sentimentos (2009).
Sarah BühlmannBirth date: 9 April 1959, Oporto, PortugalDescription: Sarah Bühlmann is an actress, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013), Dilemma (2002) and Winterstilte (2008).
Filipe VargasBirth date: 1972, Caldas da Rainha, PortugalDescription: At the age of 18, Filipe Vargas moved to Lisbon, where he graduated in marketing and advertising, while hosting a couple of children TV shows to pay for his studies. After working 10 years as a creative copy-writer in several advertising agencies, he moved to Spain to study theatre. He studied at the prestigious Juan Carlos Corazza acting school in Madrid, where Javier Bardem also attended. After graduating, in 2007, he got his first role in Portugal's most acclaimed series ever, "Conta-me como foi". Since then, he played a wide range of characters, from comedy to drama, in Portuguese and foreign series and movies. Fluent in Portuguese, English, French and Spanish, he worked with directors Manoel de Oliveira ("Eccentricities of a blonde-hair girl" and "The strange case of Angelica"), Bille August ("Night train to Lisbon"), Jean Sagols ("Moi, Bernadette, j'ai vu"), Badreddine Mokrani ("Ce monde est fou"), Bruno de Almeida ("The lovebirds" and "Operação: Outono"), João Botelho ("The northern land" and "Disquiet") and Raul Ruiz ("Misteries of Lisbon" and "The lines of Wellington" - directed by Raul Ruiz's widow, Valeria Sarmiento), among others.
Ana Lúcia PalminhaBirth date: 1972, Caldas da Rainha, PortugalDescription: Ana Lúcia Palminha is an actress, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013), A Assassina Passional Está Louca! (2010) and 4 Copas (2008).
João LagartoBirth date: 5 October 1954, PortugalDescription: João Lagarto was born on October 5, 1954 in Portugal. He is an actor, known for Lusitana Paixão (2003), Doida por Ti (2012) and Morangos com Açúcar (2003).
José WallensteinBirth date: 18 October 1959, Lisbon, PortugalDescription: José Wallenstein was born on October 18, 1959 in Lisbon, Portugal. He is an actor, known for Anjo Meu (2011), Olhos nos Olhos (2008) and Meu Amor (2009). He was previously married to Clara Quintão Pereira Jardim Portela.
Eloy MonteiroBirth date: 18 October 1959, Lisbon, PortugalDescription: Eloy Monteiro is an actor, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013), Embargo (2010) and Cos mos (2015).
Joaquim LeitãoBirth date: 21 December 1956, Lisbon, PortugalDescription: Joaquim Leitão was born on December 21, 1956 in Lisbon, Portugal. He is an actor and director, known for Tentação (1997), Inferno (1999) and Adão e Eva (1995).
Jean-Pierre CornuBirth date: 1949, Biel, SwitzerlandDescription: Jean-Pierre Cornu was born in 1949 in Biel, Switzerland. He is known for his work on Night Train to Lisbon (2013), Sternberg - Shooting Star (1988) and Liegen lernen (2003).
Hanspeter MüllerBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Hanspeter Müller was born on September 21, 1955 in Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, Switzerland as Hanspeter Müller-Drossaart. He is an actor, known for Nordwand (2008), Eine wen iig, dr Dällebach Kari (2012) and Benny's Video (1992). He is married to Franziska.
Dominique DevenportBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Dominique Devenport is an actress, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013) and Nebelgrind (2012).
Max HubacherBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Max Hubacher is an actor, known for Der Verdingbub (2011), Stationspiraten (2010) and Night Train to Lisbon (2013).
Marçal GodinhoBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Marçal Godinho is an actor, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013), Até Amanhã, Camaradas (2005) and A Menina dos Meus Olhos (2001).
Helena AfonsoBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Helena Afonso is an actress, known for Destinos Cruzados (2013), Night Train to Lisbon (2013) and Santa Bárbara (2015).
Bruno SalgueiroBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Bruno Salgueiro is known for his work on Lua Vermelha (2010), Rosa Fogo (2011) and The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017).
Maria d'AiresBirth date: 21 September 1955, Sarnen, Kanton Obwalden, SwitzerlandDescription: Maria d'Aires was born in Alentejo, Portugal. She is known for her work on Espírito Indomável (2010), Flor do Mar (2008) and Ilha dos Amores (2007).
Directors of "Night Train To Lisbon"
Bille AugustBirth date: 9 November 1948, Brede, DenmarkDescription: Bille August was born on November 9, 1948 in Brede, Denmark. He is a director and writer, known for The House of the Spirits (1993), Pelle erobrere...
Creators of "Night Train To Lisbon"
Pascal MercierBirth date: 23 June 1944, Bern, SwitzerlandDescription: Pascal Mercier was born on June 23, 1944 in Bern, Switzerland as Peter Bieri. He is a writer, known for Night Train to Lisbon (2013), Le jour du co...
Greg LatterDescription: Greg Latter is an actor and writer, known for Goodbye Bafana (2007), Night Train to Lisbon (2013) and To the Death (1992).