In 1883, in Italy, Father Dom Bosco had a visionary dream about the building of the city of Brasilia, capital of Brazil since 1960. It was revealed to him that, at the day of his death, a ... See full summary »
Death and blood are in the middle of a feud between two families. Something creepy rounds the Silva Farm and makes its victims. The Carvalho Family, stuck to their past and hatred, can't ... See full summary »
Walderrama Dos Santos,
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In 1883, in Italy, Father Dom Bosco had a visionary dream about the building of the city of Brasilia, capital of Brazil since 1960. It was revealed to him that, at the day of his death, a process of three generations of sixty years each would begin. In the first two generations, mankind's attitudes would be evaluated, and its consequences would start over the promised city after 120 years. We are at the beginning of the third generation, when a group of friends realizes that the capital city is being roamed by the living dead, and they attempt survival at every cost. Written by
Alex Nox, São Paulo, Brazil
The first film of promising Brazilian filmmaker Tiago Belotti follows a group of friends in the capital city of Brasilia after a zombie outbreak. The movie is clearly an homage to zombie movies of the past, as it has no absence of gore whatsoever. It follows a certain path that most zombie movies lean towards, and it works. With witty dialogue and even the humorous moment here and there, it becomes a very interesting movie. Natives of Brasilia will especially get a kick out of it since it was filmed throughout the most famous parts of the city. Overall, considering the budget and time constraints, as well as it being the director's first movie, this is impressive work.
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