Jean Charles (film)
Jean Charles is a 2009 British-Brazilian feature film depicting the life of Jean Charles de Menezes, the Brazilian immigrant wrongly shot dead by the Metropolitan Police at Stockwell tube station in London on 22 July 2005, after being mistaken for a terrorist.
|Directed by||Henrique Goldman|
|Written by||Henrique Goldman|
|Produced by||Henrique Goldman|
Stephen Frears (Executive)
Rebecca O'Brien (Executive)
|Edited by||Kerry Kohler|
|Music by||Nitin Sawhney|
UK Film Council
|Distributed by||Imagem Filmes (Brazil)|
The film was directed by Henrique Goldman and received its international premiere at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival. Selton Mello stars as Jean Charles with many of the other roles played by the actual friends and family of Jean Charles de Menezes. Award winning director Stephen Frears was an executive producer for the film.
- Selton Mello as Jean Charles
- Vanessa Giácomo as Vivian
- Marek Oravec as Iatzek
- Luís Miranda as Alex
- Patricia Armani as Patricia
- Maurício Varlotta as Maurício
- Sidney Magal as himself
- Daniel de Oliveira as Marcelo
- Marcelo Soares as Chuliquinha
- Rogério Dionísio as Bisley
- Julian Harries as English Man
- Denise Stephenson as Female Police Liaison Officer
- Christopher Pencakowski as Male Police Liaison Officer
- "Jean Charles vê o drama de brasileiros no exterior". Gazeta Do Povo (in Portuguese). 26 June 2009. Archived from the original on 31 December 2012. Retrieved 31 October 2009.
- Cooper, Sarah (3 July 2009). "De Menezes film sees strong opening in Brazil". Screen International. EMAP Media. Retrieved 31 October 2009.