Exposed by his girlfriend through a video on the Internet, Bruno tries to revive his reputation, but all he can do is get into a series of traps (Cilada, in Portuguese). Cilada.com is a ... See full summary »
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Exposed by his girlfriend through a video on the Internet, Bruno tries to revive his reputation, but all he can do is get into a series of traps (Cilada, in Portuguese). Cilada.com is a comedy about love and betrayal that shows the power of the Internet to transform small intimacies and slips in fame and constraints globalized. Written by
Extremely Hilarious and Entertaining Romantic Comedy
In Rio de Janeiro, the advertising agent Bruno (Bruno Mazzeo) has sex with a woman during the wedding party of friends of his girlfriend Fernanda (Fernanda Paes Leme) and him. However, they are seen by the guests and Fernanda feels humiliated by him in front of their friends.
Fernanda gets even with Bruno exposing a video in Youtube where Bruno has premature ejaculation after 10 seconds of sexual games with her. Bruno is mocked up by his friends and the video becomes a sensation in Internet. Bruno tries to reinvent himself having sex with other women to improve his reputation, but he does never succeed in his intentions and misses Fernanda.
"Cilada.com" is an extremely hilarious and entertaining romantic comedy. Love, betrayal and how Internet can destroy a reputation are explored in a very funny way. Bruno Mazzeo is a great comedian and responsible for many laughs while watching the DVD. My vote is seven.
Title (Brazil): "Cilada.com" ("Trap.com")
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