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Maria Luísa Mendonça
In modern Rio de Janeiro, four very different sisters get together for the first time in years, following their mother's death. Among other items in their agenda is splitting (the title- "A Partilha") their mother's inheritance among the four sisters. Written by
A Partilha is a great film, bringing out great performances from four amazing actresses, in special Andréa Beltrão and Lilia Cabral. It was refreshing to see such a well written story in such a familiar environment. If you're in the mood for great laughs, this is the one.
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