Clara, a 65 year old widow and retired music critic, was born into a wealthy and traditional family in Recife, Brazil. She is the last resident of the Aquarius, an original two-story ... See full summary »
Why to do a Brazilian production where the world has ended? We've seen so
many of these already, Mad Max, Waterworld, Postman. just to name a fill. As
we know some of they were huge successes but others just didn't hit. Our after world first national production looks to be in this second category but lets just think why for a second? Lets be honest and admit that a good ticket office result is not related more to a good production but to a good adverting plan. Wouldn't be wrong saying it doesn't matter much the qualities of a brilliant direction, Efxs, acting etc. This movie looks as failed to please people. I don't get why not. But then again people conform to do anything you tell them to do or see. I think
everyone should go and check this movie out. In general, many people still like movies were the world ends, this movie is one of the best i can think of in this category. It is at least in the same range of its similar Hollywood productions and would it be enough to get millions to see it? Wouldn't be it enough to explain why our biggest Brazilian pop singers choose this theme to be their first feature film? -The new beginning, the feeling of innovation and superb quality and
direction knowledge, plus their carisma it couldn't be wrong, could it? But hey, as the other commenter said before nobody knew of these movie reliase on the
theaters, not even my 10 years old nephew, how come? Well, now the DVD is
available People might see the 'Brazilian Word's End' first version as many
times as they pleased. Don't miss it!
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