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José Alvarenga Jr.
In 2005, high-ranked criminal Barão is planning the heist that inspired the film. He needs to dig a tunnel linking a house to the Banco Central's vault in Fortaleza, where he'll steal millions of (R$) reais.
The story of two couples who are neighbors and the marital problems caused by the unexpected arrival of two important personages of their past. The first couple, Carlos and Ana, live on the seventh floor of a building. Ana feels she's entitled to more love than her husband is willing to give. Suddenly, an old friend, Tomás, reappears after many years away and stays at their house. Andréa and Miguel live in the building across the street and are also going through a marriage crisis. In a party, they meet Cláudia, Miguel's first girlfriend, and she has no place to stay. Naturally, she's invited to sleep at their place. The presence of the two newcomers will cause many changes in their relationships. Written by
Dramatic comedy in Mexico - Romantic comedy in Brazil
Brazilian adaptation of the Mexican Box Office hit "Sexo, Pudor y Lágrimas". If you saw the original it's interesting to compare how the same story evolves in such different places has Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro. The film is well done and keeps your attention, having a faster pace than the original, being a honest try to do a modern light-hearted screwball comedy. Besides that, the more dramatic situations are deleted from the original script, so that you don't think to much and get to the end with a smile on your face. Try to see both (although not masterpieces they both deserve 90 minutes of your time)... You decide, which one is best.
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