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Seja o Que Deus Quiser! (2002)

Cacá, a VJ who works for São Paulo MTV, comes to Rio de Janeiro to make a report about a new band, whose members are poor and live in a slum called Morro do Alemão. She spends the night ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Dona Fernanda
Rocco Pitanga ...
Ludmila Rosa ...
Caio Junqueira ...
Débora Lamm ...
Nicette Bruno ...
Velha maluca (as Nicete Bruno)
Zé Henrique
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lúcio Andrey
Wilson Cardozo ...
Maria Isabel Cavalcanti
Fernando Fechio ...
Ivan Fernandes
Guti Fraga
Frejat ...
Himself (as Roberto Frejat)
Paula Garcia ...


Cacá, a VJ who works for São Paulo MTV, comes to Rio de Janeiro to make a report about a new band, whose members are poor and live in a slum called Morro do Alemão. She spends the night with PQD, one of the musicians. The next day, Cacá is attacked by two street kids who wanted some money, and thinks PQD is somehow involved. With the police chasing him, PQD decides to go to São Paulo to see Cacá and prove his innocence. But he meets Cacá's brother, Nando, who tries to convince him to take part in a scam. Written by <lukejoplin@infolink.com.br>

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Comedy | Thriller



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6 October 2002 (Brazil)  »

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Que sera, sera  »

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1.85 : 1
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A shame to the New Brazilian Cinema
5 October 2003 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

I wonder how this movie got made in this first place. Didn't the writers, producers, actors, financers and the director realize what utter piece of cinematic trash they were about to create ?

This movie doesn't have mistakes, it's IS a mistake. And I shall now list what aspects compose that:

1-Horrible acting and dialogue, specially from Ludmila Rosa and Caio Junqueira. Marília Pera and Rocco Pitanga aren't necessarily bad, but aren't good either.

2-Amateur camera work, and unnecessary "clever" editing, which brought absolutely nothing to the story.

3-Cheap and predictable moralistic themes

4-Stereotyped and bi-dimensional characters, which bring no interest at all.

5-The lack of talent of the people involved is shown in virtually every frame.

6-Unpolished pacing

7-No interesting relationships, actions, dialogue, nothing.

8-Wasted potential of the setting - the lives of Teenagers from São Paulo could prove to be very interesting, yet this movie fills me with disgust for the very city I live in.

9-Seems like a very poorly done advertisement for MTV, which in the end, renders itself utterly worthless.

10-Worst of all - this is a movie that actually thinks it's good, funny and entertaining.

In the end, Murilo Salles produced the work of a spoiled (and untalented) child. This kind of quality is what took Brazilian cinema down once, and if people like Salles (Murilo, not Walter, mind you) continue to make films, it shall happen again. I also suggest that Ludmila Rosa should be forever banned from the world of Cinema.

It is indeed sad, to see Brazilian Cinema (which shows a lot of potential) be stained by works such as these. Murilo Salles has created what is easily one of the worst movies of the new decade (worldwide). It actually manages to be worse than "Carandiru".

So, instead of walking into this cinematic horror, prefer works from real film directors such as Walter Salles, Fernando Meirelles, Laiz Bodansky, Beto Brant or Luiz Fernando Carvalho.

3.0/10 - Don't pass near this one.

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