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Dois Córregos - Verdades Submersas no Tempo (1999)

Young executive woman returns to small town of Dois Córregos and remembers the time, in the late 1960s, when she met her uncle there, a man who was running away from the military dictatorship ruling Brazil at the time.

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Carlos Alberto Riccelli ...
Hermes
Beth Goulart ...
Ana Paula (adult)
Ingra Liberato ...
Teresa
Vanessa Goulart ...
Ana Paula (young)
Luciana Brasil ...
Lydia
Kaio César ...
Percival
Luiz Damasceno ...
Dr.Armando Sumaqueiro
Thomaz Jorge ...
Pimpolho
Sérgio Ferrara
Antoune Nakhle ...
Cláudio
Cristina Cavalcanti ...
Tânia
Lina Agifu ...
Percival's Wife
Zé da Ilha ...
José
Ingrid Silveira ...
Hermes's Daughter
Igor Silveira ...
Hermes's Son
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Young executive woman returns to small town of Dois Córregos and remembers the time, in the late 1960s, when she met her uncle there, a man who was running away from the military dictatorship ruling Brazil at the time.

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October 1999 (USA)  »

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Two Streams  »

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Túnel Verde
Written by Ivan Lins
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Captivating drama; good ensemble cast
23 July 2000 | by (Berlin &S.Paulo) – See all my reviews

TWO STREAMS (it should have been called THREE STREAMS) is a town lying between three streams or small rivers. As these waters converge here, so do the lives of two teenagers and one young woman on holiday at a farm here. Here in this town, these characters come into contact with a mysterious man. A strange but fascinating character, he is an illegal alien in Brazil. His presence arouses unexpected developments in the lives of all concerned, and is the backbone of the script. Probably better suited as a two part mini-series than as a feature film, TWO STREAMS nevertheless, is entertaining, and graced by fine acting by a wonderful ensemble cast. Now playing at festivals, according to what I read here.


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