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Rio, I Love You (2014) More at IMDbPro »Rio, Eu Te Amo (original title)

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Writers:
Andrucha Waddington (written by) (segment) and
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Release Date:
29 August 2014 (Poland) See more »
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Tagline:
Love happens everywhere. Some love stories only happen in Rio. See more »
Plot:
A series of short films set in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Portmanteau segmented film tied together by stunning gorgeous scenery shots of Rio. See more (1 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Basil Hoffman ... James (segment "La Fortuna")

Emily Mortimer ... Dorothy (segment "La Fortuna")

Rodrigo Santoro ... Ele (segment "Pas de Deux")
Bruna Linzmeyer ... Ela (segment "Pas de Deux")

Nadine Labaki ... Herself (segment "O Milagre")

Harvey Keitel ... O Ator (segment "O Milagre")
Cláudia Abreu ... Felícia (transitions)

Fernanda Montenegro ... Dona Fulana (segment "Dona Fulana")
Eduardo Sterblitch ... Leandro (segment "Dona Fulana")
Hugo Carvana ... Manoel (segment "Dona Fulana")
Michel Melamed ... Taxista (transitions)

Vincent Cassel ... Zé (segment "A Musa")

Marcio Garcia ... Pit Boy (segment "A Musa")
Marcelo Serrado ... Célio (segment "Acho que Estou Apaixonado")

Ryan Kwanten ... Jai Arnott (segment "Acho que Estou Apaixonado")

Bebel Gilberto ... Cupido (segment "Acho que Estou Apaixonado")

John Turturro ... Homem (segment "Quando não há Mais Amor")

Vanessa Paradis ... Mulher (segment "Quando não há Mais Amor")
Land Vieira ... Texas (segment "Texas")

Laura Neiva ... Maria (segment "Texas")

Jason Isaacs ... O "Gringo" (segment "Texas")

Wagner Moura ... Gui (segment "Inútil Paisagem")
Roberta Rodrigues ... Isabel (segment "O Vampiro do Rio")
Tonico Pereira ... Fernando (segment "O Vampiro do Rio")
Cassi Abranches ... Bailarina (segment "Pas de Deux")
Diogo de Lima ... Bailarino (segment "Pas de Deux")

Cleo Pires ... Clara (segment "Inútil Paisagem")
Caio Junqueira ... David (segment "Inútil Paisagem")
Cauã Antunes ... João (segment "O Milagre")

Débora Nascimento ... A Musa (transitions)
Paulo Campani ... Médico (segment "La Fortuna")
Stepan Nercessian ... Porteiro (segment "Dona Fulana")
Xando Graça ... Jornaleiro (segment "Dona Fulana")

Regina Casé ... Judite (segment "Dona Fulana")
Sandro Rocha ... Policial (segment "Dona Fulana")
Laís Corrêa ... Mulher do Ônibus
Lucas Mendes ... Playboy
Jéssica Barbosa ... Jéssica
Priscila Assum ... Corretora de Imóveis (segment "A Musa")
Luiza Cesar ... Estudante
Paulo Verling ... Estudante de Inglês (as Paulo Verlings)
William Vorhees ... William
Henrique Pires ... Braulio (segment "Texas")

Marcio Rosario ... Walter (segment "Texas")
Fellipe Barbosa ... Cliente
Daniel Weibel ... Homem no Bar
Roney Villela ... Cozinheiro
João Wlamir ... Diretor de Palco
Morena Clara ... Menina da Pipa
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Sergio Kato ... (segment "Inútil Paisagem") (uncredited)

Directed by
Vicente Amorim (transitions)
Guillermo Arriaga (segment "Texas")
Stephan Elliott (segment "Acho que Estou Apaixonado")
Sang-soo Im (segment "O Vampiro do Rio")
Nadine Labaki (segment "O Milagre")
Fernando Meirelles (segment "A Musa")
José Padilha (segment "Inútil Paisagem")
Carlos Saldanha (segment "Pas de Deux")
Paolo Sorrentino (segment "La Fortuna")
John Turturro (segment "Quando não há Mais Amor")
Andrucha Waddington (segment "Dona Fulana")
César Charlone (segment "A Musa") (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
Andrucha Waddington (written by) (segment "Dona Fulana") and
Mauricio Zacharias (written by) (segment "Dona Fulana")

Paolo Sorrentino (written by) (segment "La Fortuna")

Antonio Prata (written by) (segment "A Musa") and
Chico Mattoso (written by) (segment "A Musa")

Stephan Elliott (written by) (segment "Acho que Estou Apaixonado")

John Turturro (written by) (segment "Quando não há Mais Amor")

Guillermo Arriaga (written by) (segment "Texas")

Sang-soo Im (written by) (segment "O Vampiro do Rio")

Elena Soarez (written by) (segment "Pas de Deux")

Otavio Leonidio (written by) (segment "Inútil Paisagem")

Nadine Labaki (segment "O Milagre") written by and
Rodney El Haddad (segment "O Milagre") written by and
Khaled Mouzannar (segment "O Milagre") collaborating writer (as K. Mouzanar)

Fellipe Barbosa (written by) (transitions)

Produced by
Valeria Costa Amorim .... line producer
Pierre Asseo .... associate producer
Leonardo M. Barros .... producer
Emmanuel Benbihy .... executive producer
Pedro Buarque de Hollanda .... producer
Laurent Constanty .... associate producer
Ariel Elia .... executive producer
Denise Gomes .... producer
Dan Klabin .... producer
Oliver Kwon .... executive producer
Claudio Loureiro .... associate producer
John Lyons .... executive producer
Carolina Murad .... assistant producer
Ricardo Rangel .... executive producer
Ilda Santiago .... associate producer
Joshua Skurla .... producer
Eliana Soárez .... executive producer
Marcos Tellechea .... executive producer
Edu Tibiriçá .... executive producer
Daniel van Hoogstraten .... line producer assistant
 
Original Music by
Pedro Bromfman 
Khaled Mouzannar (segment "O Milagre") (as K. Mouzanar)
 
Cinematography by
Daria D'Antonio (segment "La Fortuna")
Ricardo Della Rosa 
Yves Sehnaoui 
Adrian Teijido (segment "Texas")
 
Film Editing by
Diana Vasconcellos (segment editor)
 
Casting by
Jodi Angstreich 
Maribeth Fox 
Laura Rosenthal 
 
Production Design by
Daniel Flaksman 
 
Production Management
Mariangela Furtado .... production manager
Cecília Grosso .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rafael Braz .... second assistant director
Rebeca Diniz .... first assistant director
Rafael Fraga .... second assistant director
Kity Féo .... first assistant director
Flavia Gomes .... first assistant director
Mariana Guimarães .... second assistant director
Hsu Chien Hsin .... first assistant director (as Chien Hsin Hsu)
Roberta Maia .... second assistant director (segment "O Milagre")
Gigi Soares .... first assistant director: transitions
Aaron Salles Torres .... second assistant director (segment "Texas")
 
Art Department
Olivia Amsler .... assistant art director
Bruno De Laurentis .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Henrique Brion .... boom operator: Quando não há Mais Amor
Henrique Brion .... sound assistant (segment "Quando não há Mais Amor")
Rodrigo de Noronha .... re-recording mixer
Juliana Lopes .... sound editor
Débora Morbi .... sound editor
Jorge Saldanha .... sound mixer
Jorge Saldanha .... sound
Yan Saldanha .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Sergio Farjalla Jr. .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Rafael Crispim .... compositor
Andrea de Paula .... digital compositor
Marcelo Ferreira PeeJay .... visual effects artist
Lurival Jones .... visual effects artist
Fernando Leka .... compositor
Vanessa Mariano .... visual effects
Rogério Marinho .... visual effects
André David Martinez .... compositor
Jefferson Ietto Novo .... digital compositor
Claudio Peralta .... visual effects supervisor
Thiago Pires .... lead compositor
Pedro Santos .... digital compositor
Robson Sartori .... visual effects supervisor
Pedro Tejada .... digital imaging technician
Pedro Tejada .... visual effects supervisor: on-set
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Allan Almeida .... digital image technician
Marcella Alves .... second assistant camera
Amara Barroso .... second assistant camera
Wolmar Beck .... electrician
Flavio Borges .... first assistant camera
Rafaela Chami .... assistant camera
Kika Cunha .... camera operator
Julia Equi .... first assistant camera
Julio Finizola .... second assistant camera
Silvia Gangemi .... first assistant camera
Julia Bisilliat .... digital image technician
Douglas Lacerda .... second assistant camera
Leo Leiner .... second assistant camera
Vladimir Mancaro .... second assistant camera
Victor Martins .... aerial camera operator
Clarice Nicioli .... additional video assist
Lucas Quintana .... second assistant camera
Felipe Reinheimer .... camera operator
Renata Reis .... first assistant camera
Tiago Rivaldo .... second assistant camera
José George Rodrigues Alves .... first assistant camera (as Jorge Alves)
Nicolau Saldanha .... second assistant camera
Pedro Serrão .... camera operator
Mari Tozatto .... second assistant camera
Leo Vasconcellos .... first assistant camera (as Léo Vasconcellos)
 
Casting Department
Kim Ostroy .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ronaldo Carmo .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Bia Almeida .... post-production coordinator
Marcelo Alonso .... data manager assistant
Marcelo Alonso .... dcp mastering
Luis Ignacio Barrague .... data manager
Claudio Colangello .... conform
Raphael Fuzari .... data manager
Raphael Fuzari .... dcp mastering
Fabian Gamarra .... post-production coordinator
Rafael Giuliano .... conform
Andrea Orsini .... colorist (segment "La Fortuna")
Michel Raad .... additional editor
Paulo Vasconcelos .... assistant editor
 
Other crew
Maya Amsellem .... international sales: WestEnd Films
Emmanuel Benbihy .... concept
Tristan Carné .... concept
Ricardo Claper .... EPK director/producer
Mercy Liao .... international sales: WestEnd Films
Aline Motta .... script supervisor
Cris Nabte .... post production assistant
Leonardo Oliveira .... controller
Nadine Rothschild .... head of marketing: WestEnd Films
Eve Schoukroun .... international sales: WestEnd Films
Leandro Scorsafava .... post production coordinator
Mônica Siqueira .... post production coordinator
Thiago Vianna .... post production assistant
Fabien Westerhoff .... head of sales & distribution
 
Thanks
Wilmann Bevolley de Paiva Araújo .... thanks: directors
Catharina Attema .... thanks: producers
David Barraza .... thanks: directors
Nazaré Darbra .... thanks: producers
Paula Bezerra de Melo .... thanks: producers
Monte Dop .... thanks: producers
Andre Eppinghaus .... thanks: producers
Monique Esclavissat .... thanks: producers
John Fitzgerald .... thanks: producers
Guy Halliday .... thanks: directors
Patricia Kamitsuji .... thanks: producers
Jonas Klabin .... thanks: producers
Jason Kliot .... thanks: directors
Sérgio Sá Leitão .... thanks: producers
Oskar Metsavaht .... thanks: producers
Antero Montenegro .... thanks: directors
Casey Wilder Mott .... thanks: producers (as Casey Mott)
José Carlos de Oliveira .... thanks: producers
Rodrigo Pederneiras .... thanks: producers
Camila Pitanga .... thanks: producers
Celio Rentroya .... thanks: directors
Roberto Rittes .... thanks: producers
Eduardo Rochwerger .... thanks: directors
Adriana Varejão .... thanks: producers
Joana Vicente .... thanks: directors
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Rio, Eu Te Amo" - Brazil (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for language and brief sexuality/nudity
Runtime:
110 min (approx.)
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Trivia:
Bruna Linzmeyer and Rodrigo Santoro took ballet classes to prepare for their roles.See more »
Movie Connections:
Followed by Berlin, I Love You (????)See more »
Soundtrack:
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Portmanteau segmented film tied together by stunning gorgeous scenery shots of Rio., 26 September 2016
Author: Bofsensai from Finland

Ohh: must take this chance to be first to review! More appropriate as the tagline (on the box): "Some Love Stories Only Happen in Rio", which struck me as more representative of one of those portmanteau type segmented films, which still attempts to tenuously link them altogether - and by which, if you're of the romantic bent, then may appeal: otherwise bit contrived at times.

However, some gorgeous wraparound air shot scenery of Rio's islands and location is worth the price of time entry alone. (Closing Statue of Christ shots especially worth appreciating as they nearly had to cut them out = see trivia.)

Some segments have some particular added interest for the actor / characters cast / portrayed (with their respective directors): Wouldn't want to (plot) spoil too much of it, but standouts for me were Emily Mortimer particularly – in that you have to wonder, is she portrayed to really genuinely care for her (much) elder 'beau', but so much so that I was disappointed that we weren't given complete closure on her character's fate; and of interest was well known actor John Turturro's segment (Qunda Nao há Mais Amor') - also his own written, is a sort of 'duet' with a famous prior singer (and spouse of another famed US actor), which seems to be saying age - and violent episodes?! – are immaterial to true love (ah, perhaps a veiled observation on that former marriage?!): plus Nadine Labaki's closing segment stands out for a performance coaxed out of a (local?) youngster (nice story conceit, too, with another famous Stateside actor more or less – literally - 'phoning in his performance.) Then, for you Korean Sang–soo Im fans, there's another of his idiosyncratic 'horrors' with, of cinematic note, Hugo Carvana's last also idiosyncratic appearance; - and won't give its title here, as it would be better to see it before you know that. And for me the best segment is the mid no dialogue one that begins with French star Vincent Cassell, that ends, frissonly segueing into revealing the owner of his inspiration.

If these attempts at non plot spoiling explanations intrigue you, then this is worth investigating.

Other than that, middling score for attention grabbing, although has to be high score for intertwining narrative efforts on display.

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