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Central Station (1998) Poster

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Finnish censorship visa~# 101214 delivered on 30-3-1999.
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Vinicius de Oliveira, a shoeshine boy, beat out more than 1,500 other young actors for the role of Josué.
Dora's new television, bought with the money she earned selling Josué, presents a popular Brazilian TV program called "Topa Tudo Por Dinheiro," which means "Do Anything For Money."
When Fernanda Montenegro set up her table at Central Station, real people approached her to write letters for them. Some of these real talks were incorporated by director Walter Salles and appear in the movie.
Central do Brasil is the name of Rio de Janeiro's Central Station.
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Shot in sequence
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French visa # 90691.
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