The film about the life and work of the Portuguese singer has been watched by 36,826 viewers, since it’s debut on July 25 in the national theaters.
Tony, the documentary film about the life and work of Tony Carreira, opened on July 25 and has already set a record. It is the most viewed documentary ever in national theaters, with 36,826 viewers, reveals a statement from NOS Audiovisuais sent to newsrooms.
The film dethroned previous record holder: Carlos Saura’s ‘FADOS’, who ‘captured’ 34,382 viewers in national theaters.
The documentary, directed by Jorge Pelicano, shows the “personal and professional life of Tony Carreira, accompanying him during the last year, in successive national and international tours”.
“In an unprecedented way, the director and his team have witnessed the affection, recognition, and pride of their fans,” the statement added.