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The Trespasser (2002)
"O Invasor" (original title)

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Two businessmen hire a hitman to kill their third partner and are then blackmailed by the hitman as he takes over their company.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marco Ricca ...
Ivan
Alexandre Borges ...
Gilberto / Giba
Paulo Miklos ...
Anísio
Mariana Ximenes ...
Marina
Malu Mader ...
Cláudia / Fernanda
Chris Couto ...
Cecília
George Freire ...
Estevão
Tanah Correa ...
Dr. Araújo
Jayme del Cueto ...
Norberto
Sabotage ...
Sabotage
Marina Franco ...
Marina's friend
Daniela Tramujas ...
Luísa
Thavyne Ferrari ...
Giba's daughter
Priscila Luz ...
Lúcia
Marcos Azevedo ...
Nightclub manager
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Two businessmen, Ivan and Gilberto, have their partner killed by a hitman who then blackmails them to gain control of their company. Ivan and Gilberto, part of the upper class, are dismayed at the entry of the hitman's ghetto behavior and attitudes into their privileged sphere. Additionally, the hitman, in search of further riches, seduces the wealthy daughter of the partner he killed. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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5 April 2002 (Brazil)  »

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The Invader  »

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This movie is based on a novel that was being written by Marçal Aquino and wasn't finished yet. Marçal wrote the end of the novel and released the book after the movie. See more »

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[subtitled version]
[Paulo Miklos' caracther trespass a construction site administered by the two men he's blackmailing]
Anísio: Hey, yo! Do me a favor. Get closer.
Construction's Foreman: What is it?
Anísio: I got to know that a lot of stuff is missing around here. Where are the parts, the tools and the yellow truck?
Construction's Foreman: What you want with me?
Anísio: Tell you what. The word came from up there, man. That's what. There's plenty of smart asses screwing it, taking work outside.
Construction's Foreman: You're interfering too much. You keep it to yourself, wise guy! You're ...
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Referenced in O Casamento de Romeu e Julieta (2005) See more »

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Tense social thriller where everything goes wrong and ´wrong´comes knocking at your door
20 February 2002 | by (Recife, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Extremely tense thriller set in the urban chaos of São Paulo, the biggest and ugliest third world nightmare in Brazilian urbania. For the sake of making it easy for anyone who is curious about this intriguing and truly well made film, it has the grit of Mexican feature "Amores Perros" with a character not too far off Max Cady, from both Cape Fears, although this is not, by any means, a film about a psychopath. Two partners (Alexandre Borges and Marco Ricca) in a construction company pay hitman Anisio (Miklos) to off their third partner (and majority share holder) in said construction outfit. The murder is blamed on the city, but things begin to look very grim indeed when witty and charismatic walking nightmare Anisio decides he wants to be around the ever so nervous partners in crime, not only trespassing but, more importantly, deconstructing the strict social codes that make up Brazilian society. Anisio turns poverty into an attitude and he wants in. The look is almost entirely handheld, grainy, the performances outstanding throughout, especially so as first time actor (and member of classic Brazilian pop band 'Titãs'), Paulo Miklos, dazzles and baffles the viewer with his pretty funny social terror.

I saw the film at the Brasília film Fest in November 2001. It has since done very well in Sundance and Berlin. Kleber Mendonça Filho


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