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Roberto Carlos e o Diamante Cor-de-Rosa (1968)

A statuette bought in an antique shop in Tokyo may lead to the discovery of a great treasure.

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Roberto Carlos
Erasmo Carlos
Wanderléa
Paulo Porto
Marly de Fátima
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António Abreu
Takaesiro Aisaka
Olga Hamada
Hisako Iasaka
Joaquim Inoue
Hana Kruman
Teruo Nakatami
Glauce Rocha ...
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Jorge Saito
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While shopping in Tokyo with Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos, Wanderléia decides to buy a statuette of stone in a store in a mall. The trio of friends has an argument with a stranger that is also interested in the antique and they are followed by the man and his henchmen. They fight in a desert area and the man breaks the object. On the next morning, the trio has to travel to Israel but Wanderléia decides to buy another statuette. She never appears in the flight but a couple of days later, a genius tells to Roberto and Erasmo that he has come from the magic statuette and he brings Wanderléia back to her friends in Jerusalem. They find a map inside the statuette but the stranger lures them and steals the map. However, they retrieve the map and try to decipher its content in a mouse-and-cat game with the stranger. They discover that the map indicates the location of a hidden treasure and they head to Rio de Janeiro trying to find the stone where the mythological ibis is carved. They ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Naive Adventure for Fans of the "Jovem Guarda"
7 August 2010 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

While shopping in Tokyo with Roberto Carlos and Erasmo Carlos, Wanderléia decides to buy a statuette of stone in a store in a mall. The trio of friends has an argument with a stranger (José Lewgoy) that is also interested in the antique and they are followed by the man and his henchmen. They fight in a desert area and the man breaks the object. On the next morning, the trio has to travel to Israel but Wanderléia decides to buy another statuette. She never appears in the flight but a couple of days later, a genius tells to Roberto and Erasmo that he has come from the magic statuette and he brings Wanderléia back to her friends in Jerusalem. They find a map inside the statuette but the stranger lures them and steals the map. However, they retrieve the map and try to decipher its content in a mouse-and-cat game with the stranger. They discover that the map indicates the location of a hidden treasure and they head to Rio de Janeiro trying to find the stone where the mythological ibis is carved. They find that the location is in the Pão de Açúcar and the treasure is in the Pedra da Gávea; but the stranger has not relinquished of retrieving the map.

"Roberto Carlos e o Diamante Cor-de-Rosa" is a naive musical adventure for fans of Roberto Carlos and the "Jovem Guarda" only. The lame screenplay has very poor dialogs and acting; it is actually a tour through Tokyo, Jerusalem and Rio de Janeiro to promote Roberto Carlos, Erasmo Carlos, Wanderléia and their songs and also Gal Costa's Tuareg. The best that this film offers are the images of the Rio de Janeiro in the late 60's and the priceless sensation of nostalgia for those like me that has lived those years in the Wonderful City. My vote is five.

Tltle (Brazil): "Roberto Carlos e o Diamante Cor-de-Rosa" ("Roberto Carlos and the Pink Diamond")


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