Charts the misadventures of expatriates in Rio in their bungled search for both personal pleasures and social justice. Each character reveals a different aspect of the fabled city, from Rio high society to favelas.
A group of strangers from different countries end up on Rio's sensual beaches. Seeking self fulfillment, they are looking for answers to existential questions. Yet it isn't until their different paths cross that they begin to understand why they came. Written by
I know it's a cliché to review a film and state that it is so bad that you will regret the fact that you'll never get that hour and a half that you sat through it back,but in this case it is the painful truth.A single word to describe this film is:Annoying.Most of the time you don't know what the f... is going on and is really hard to care about any of the characters.Also the fact that it keeps switching languages,Portuguese,French,English,Native Brazilian Indian.The gratuitous nudity is exasperating.It's patronising in relation to the poor of Brazil and downright boring.The only good moment is when it ends and I don't mean the ending I mean the very end when the screen goes blank.The reviews that you can read above where obviously planted by the director or his mum.Trust me,this film is s..t,don't waste your time.It's c...p.It actually made me angry.You been warned.
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