The life of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig in Brazil. He wrote the famous book "Brasil, País do Futuro" (Brazil, Country of the Future). He and his wife Lotte, in a mysterious death pact, decided to kill themselves in the week following 1942 Carnival, in Brazil.

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Rüdiger Vogler ...
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Lotte
Ney Piacentini ...
Hubert
Claudia Neto ...
Kiko Mascarenhas ...
Jonas Faerman
Katia Bronstein ...
Hannah
Denise Weinberg ...
Friderike
Daniele Boaventura ...
Alberto D'Avila
Ana Carbatti ...
Yolanda, Maria Rosa
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Rabbi Pech
Bruce Gomlevsky ...
Rabbi Konning
Ary Coslov ...
Tailor
Daniel Dantas ...
Lauro Pontes
Renato Borghi ...
Soraya Ravenle ...
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The life of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig in Brazil. He wrote the famous book "Brasil, País do Futuro" (Brazil, Country of the Future). He and his wife Lotte, in a mysterious death pact, decided to kill themselves in the week following 1942 Carnival, in Brazil. Written by lukejoplin@infolink.com.br

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bah bah bah boringgg
28 November 2003 | by (bsb) – See all my reviews

I dont think anyone but the director is gonna come and look at this page. So, I apologize Mr.Black but this movie wasnt very good filmmaking. The story is interesting but you cant just rely on dialogue and rhetoric to carry it. You need drama and action. And also the english accents in this movie are so ridiculous you cant take the movie seriously. Why do the Brazilian characters talk to themselves in english? And how come EVERY one knows english, from the maid to the prostitute, and the main characters cant bother themselves to learn portuguese? And if theyre german, why do they constantly speak english to themselves? Boring and a little bit pretentious, but you had good intentions so I cant blame you.


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