Documentary about Brazilian history, from 1945 until the 70s, focusing on president Juscelino Kubitschek, his political rise, his philosophy of economical development, his gigantic project ...
See full summary »
Georges Villard is a modest bank employee who dreams of earning more money so that he can live more comfortably. When Monsieur Steve offers him a chance to do just that he accepts without a... See full summary »
Mauro, a judge, is worried about his older sister Marta, who took care of him since he was a boy, and is now affected by psychic problems and suicide fantasies. She seems to recover from ... See full summary »
Documentary about Brazilian history, from 1945 until the 70s, focusing on president Juscelino Kubitschek, his political rise, his philosophy of economical development, his gigantic project of constructing a new capital city for the country, Brasília, in the middle of the jungle, and his last years, after the military takeover, when he was deprived of his political rights and went into a temporary exile. Written by
As a 34 year old Brazilian guy, I want to know all about the presidents that were elect in the twenties. Kubitschek is considered by many politics critics the best president of Brazil of all time. Charismatic, workaholic, that kind of man that talk very little and do a lot. He transfered our capitol to the center geographic of the country. Nobody believes that he would get. But he did. The documentary was made in a old fashioned way, bad edited. To those who are in search of information, I don't recommend the film. Silvio Tendler, the director of this, made years later "Jango", about another president of Brasil, João Goulart. It's not worth either...
0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?