Arriving from London, Basílio falls in love with his cousin Luísa, in Lisbon. But he must go to Brazil, promising he will eventually marry her. As time goes by, he sends her a letter ending... See full summary »
Fátima Accioly is a young, callous woman who wants to be rich and successful at any price. After selling her family's house in the country, she heads to Rio and gets to know dress man César... See full summary »
At a small house, there at the Yellow Woodpecker Ranch, live an intelligent and tender granny, Miss Benta, the cook Aunt Nastácia, the two cousins Lucia "Little Nose" and Pete. With them, a... See full summary »
Mini series depicting how was life in Rio de Janeiro in the 1950s, and the difficult romantic relationships among young people, having to deal with the sexual repression of the time. The ... See full summary »
The adventures of two surfers, Juba and Lula, living in the same apartment with their shared girlfriend Zelda Scott, a journalist who admired Simone de Beauvoir and had a neurotic boss, ... See full summary »
Mini series about the 1960s in Rio de Janeiro, when a politically engaged student falls in love with a left wing journalist's daughter who doesn't care for politics. The romance follows 15 ... See full summary »
'Pirate TV' was inspired by sketch comedy shows such as Saturday Night Live and Monty Python's Flying Circus plus a no-nonsense approach mixing elements of Brazilian culture such as football, politics, pop culture, soaps, economics and celebrities. The premise was a TV studio being invaded by pirates who took over the programming department and put a tape on the air with some "unusual" programming. The idea of a fresh new comedy style settled among the audience, who was very accustomed to the sketch comedy style from vaudeville and old- time programs such as Faça Humor Não Faça a Guerra & Planeta dos Homens, former cultural phenomena. The program has been released on DVD. Some of its videos are also available through YouTube.
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