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Credited cast:
Lélia Abramo ...
Maria de Lourdes Agnostópoulos ...
 Bruxa Paraguaia
Kasé Aguiar ...
 Pedro Missioneiro
Cláudio Alves ...
 Licurgo Cambará (child)
Maria Alves
Daniel Barcelos ...
Camilo Beviláqua ...
 Antônio Terra
Breno Bonin ...
 Young Bento Amaral
Marcos Breda ...
 Horácio Terra
Felícia Brittes
Bárbara Bruno ...
 Alice Terra Cambará
Armando Bógus ...
 Licurgo Cambará
Ludoval Campos ...
Carla Camurati ...


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Release Date:

22 April 1985 (Brazil)  »

Also Known As:

La bataille de Santa Fé  »

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(25 episodes)


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Beautiful , in spite of unnecessary changes.
28 December 2006 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

This "Time and the Wind" is a beautiful adaptation from Érico Veríssimo's novel : aesthetically excellent, epic, respectful and faithful to Veríssimo's spirit, excellent performances (highlighted to Tarcísio Meira , in his best performance) and wonderful music by Tom Jobim (I like to say that the series's main theme can be compared with the "Lara's Theme" from "Gone with the Wind"). Unfortunately , they got some unhappy and unnecessary alterations in the history, like Eulália's (Ana Terra's sister-in-law) blindness and barely insane personality, that doesn't exist in the book. And don't make mistake: in spite of the series if call "Time and the Wind , as if it cover all the book, the series covers only the first part from the Terra-Cambará's saga, titled "The Continent". In spite of all this things, it's one of the greatest TV series made in Brazil.

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