The life and times of Cazuza, Brazilian singer/poet/enfant terrible, from his start with rock group "Barão Vermelho", to his death from Aids, in 1990, showing his career, love affairs, and involvement with drugs.
Daniel de Oliveira,
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In Rio de Janeiro, the friends Fernando, Honório and Afonso "Fonsinho" meet every night at the Bar Hamonia to drink served by the waiter Jorge and talk about women. Fernando works in an advertisement agency and has just separated from his wife Vitória but he still hopes that she returns to him. Honório is the oldest of the trio and is married with two children with Leila but they are estranged to each other. The single Fonsinho is an untalented aspirant writer addicted in call girls and married women. When Fernando meets his seventeen year-old neighbor Gabi, the teenager has a crush on him but he is afraid to have sex with the underage "Lolita". Honório believes that he is a cuckold and decides to follow Leila that goes out every night to meet her girlfriends. Fonsinho is a regular client of Alana and falls in love with the call girl. In the end, the best solution is to make love, and not war with women. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
After two weeks of success and more than one million viewers, I decided to watch this movie. I've got the last tickets because the session was almost sold out.
The film tells the story of three friends that every night meet in a bar to discuss women. One is older and married, the other just separated and the last only likes hookers or married women.
The movie is an actual picture of Rio de Janeiro and I spent the movie trying to identify the beautiful locations.
The cast is very good, especially Bruno Mazzeo, the guy who is separated and falls in love with the 17 year neighbour, but is afraid of getting caught.
Dira Paes is excellent as the woman of the older guy who has the right to go out drinking with her girl friends because his husband Marcos Palmeira do the same every night.
Orciollo has one of his best performances as the aspirant writer who reads his book proofs to hookers.
This is the third movie from the young director Joffily and the best of them. I hope new movies are coming, because his style is like a "carioca" Woody Allen without psychoanalysis. And he got the best performances from the actors.
The only thing against the movie is the title, who could be translated to "So... did you screw her?", that misguided me to think it was an adolescent movie. OK, all the players acted like adolescents. Men never grow up, but the dialogs are very funny and real.
I will have to see the movie again because the audience laughed out so loud that i missed some parts.
9 out of 10.
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