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Maria de Jesus Simões Barroso Soares, GCL (born Olhão, Fuseta, 2 May 1925) is a Portuguese actress, daughter of Alfredo José Barroso (b. Portimão, Alvor) and wife Maria da Encarnação Simões.She is the wife of former President Mário Soares, whom she married on 22 February 1949 at the 3rd Conservatory of the Civil Register of Lisbon, while he was in the Aljube prison, with whom she has one son, politician João Soares, born on 29 August 1949, and one daughter, Isabel Barroso Soares, born on 9 January 1951, unmarried and without issue, who manages Colégio Moderno; although not as politically involved as her husband, she was a founding member of the Socialist Party. She is the President of the Aristides Sousa Mendes Foundation and Pro Dignitate Association. She was the head of the Portuguese Red Cross for several years.She was a member of the National Theater Company and one of the most famous theater and cinema actress in Portugal. Recently she read the poetry of Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen a Unesco in homage to Aristides Sousa Mendes. Baritone Jorge Chaminé also performed at this event. Wikipedia

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Birth date: May 2, 1925, Olhão, Portugal
Death date: July 7, 2015, São Domingos de Benfica, Portugal
Birth place: Fuzeta, Portugal
Spouse:Mário Soares (m. 1949)
Children:João Soares, Isabel Barroso Soares
Parents:Maria da Encarnação Simões, Alfredo José Barroso
Movies:Change One's Life, Benilde or the Virgin Mother, Ill-Fated Love

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1Eventually became the wife of Mario Soares, leader of the Portuguese Socialist Party, later elected President of the Republic.
2Was president of the Portuguese Cruz Vermelha (Red Cross).
3Is the mother of João Soares, also a politician, who became Presidente da Câmara (mayor) of Lisbon, the Portuguese capital



Le soulier de satin1985La voix des saints
Amor de Perdição: Memórias de uma Família1978TV Mini-SeriesMadre Superiora, tia de Teresa
Benilde ou a Virgem Mãe1975Genoveva, the house-keeper
Mudar de Vida1966Júlia



Agora Nós2014TV SeriesHerself
Lápis Azul2012ShortHerself
Gala Prémio Autores2012TV MovieHerself
República de Abril2010TV MovieHerself
Mulheres da Minha Vida2010TV SeriesHerself
Com Que Voz2009DocumentaryHerself
Dança Comigo2008TV SeriesHerself - Jury Member
Vozes de Abril2008TV MovieHerself
Heranças D'Ouro2005TV SeriesHerself
Só Visto2005TV SeriesHerself (2008)
HermanSIC2000TV SeriesHerself
O Amigo Público1998TV SeriesHerself (1999)
Troféu Nova Gente 961997TV MovieHerself
Vida de Casal1997TV SeriesHerself (1997)
Jet 71996TV SeriesHerself (1997)
Todos Ao Palco1996TV MovieHerself
Prémios Bordalo 19951996TV MovieHerself
Prémios Bordalo 19941995TV MovieHerself
Sete à Sexta1994TV SeriesHerself
Prémios Bordalo 19931994TV MovieHerself
Interiores1993TV SeriesHerself
Gala das Vedetas Portuguesas1987TV MovieHerself
Uma Boa Ideia1986TV SeriesHerself
Capitali culturali d'Europa1983TV Series documentaryHerself - Reciter
Aqui, Portugal1947Documentary

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    Documentary about the life of Aristides de Sousa Mendes

    “Aristides was a man like any other simply that one of these crosses that knows not to put life in reacted like most” gets us saying Victor Lopes, an Argentine with Portuguese nationality who confesses “as some Portuguese give me shame and which I apologize to the whole world, there are also others such as Aristides de Sousa Mendes, who is the pride of a modern and vigorous Portugal that respects human rights and rejects any authoritarianism and dictatorship. ”
    Sousa Mendes is one of four declared Portuguese “Righteous Among the Nations” for saving thousands of people persecuted by the Nazis during the Holocaust, while the Argentine film the documentary in Buenos Aires, the President of Portugal Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa Announces New York that will condecorar the Aristides de Sousa Mendes with “Grand Cross of the Order of Freedom” and acknowledges that “today you owe Aristides much more than we knew before.”
    “One is not holy to be chosen by the gods, but, if it is chosen by the Gods to be holy.” Repeat Victor Lopes to signify the Consul’s humanitarian work of Portugal in Burdeus who signed 30,000 visas in just seven days disobeying the dictator Portuguese António de Oliveira Salazar, when the Nazis invadian France in cruel times 1940, “To Aristides had been easy vacate with the army or the police the grounds of the embassy at that moment filled with men, women and children persecuted looking for un safe conduct that led them to the port of Lisbon without Aristides embargo did not …. Sousa Mendes did not call the German troops. … what would I do? …. what would you do? what would our current Ambassadors of Portugal around the world? “.

    It is the eternal conflict generated between “the duty and conscience not always agree themselves” says Lopes, as reminds us that soldier of the work of Javier Cercas that pudendal kill a Sanchez Mazas helpless decided not to do during the tragedy of Spanish Civil war

    Portugal was a dictatorship for over forty years and untangle the web of complicidades with hundreds, thousands of professionals and leaders formed intolerance will take a long time to know to succeed in countries that experienced authoritarian regimes despite the efforts and goodwill that current leaders and new democratic generations do.

    Take the American public of the screen the story of Sousa Mendes is one of the director’s goals with a team in Argentine universities cinema under the guidance of Paula Fossatti and Ramiro Klement, with the actors Melissa Zwanck y Nahuel Vec, Lopes will dock “the your grain of sand “to those who have already been doing for a long time in many parts of the world, family, friends and fervent followers of the cause Sousa Mendes.

    The premiere of the documentary “Aristides good man” is scheduled for the end of the year and will be held at the International Festival of Human Rights, although Victor Lopes acknowledges that the proposal made a good reception because it-of a history practically unknown and still arouses certain controversy in the most conservative sectors of Portuguese society.