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Júlia Matos, depois de onze anos de prisão, tenta conquistar o amor da filha, Marisa, e o maior obstáculo é a colunável Yolanda Pratini, sua irmã, que criou a menina como filha dando luxo e conforto. Antes da conquista reencontra seu lugar na sociedade e o amor do diplomata Cacá. Written by
An amazing skillful cast. Gorgeous scenario, perfectly set into the disco era here shown as a plot background. Incredible modern-hip fashionable costumes that really recall from effortless' Halston "chic" to European "real and radical YSL chic". It's all so pleasantly late 70s ambiance, delightfully mixed to a tropical Copacabana heat. The (long) story, never sloppy or dulling, embodies all the details and facets to turn "Dancin' days" to a neorealism TV drama work, where psychological and social meanings are finely managed, ethically correct. Remarkable performances of Sonia Braga, Joana Fomm, Mario Lago, Yara Amaral, Pepita Rodrigues and Regina Viana. They all actually act like in a theatrical piece; that's why "Dancin' days" has to be considered a TV classic masterpiece, world widely.
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