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The film REZA A LENDA of Homero Olivetto (Bruna Surfistinha) is a kind of modern version of one of the greatest films in the history of national cinema, Black God, White Devil (1964) by Glauber Rocha. Because the items chosen specifically for the construction and composition of the plot.
Northeastern dry voracious, almost blind faith of local people, the coronal's, a strong character (Ara); but there was an apparent evolution in domestic productions and Reza Legend is no different from many good scenes and a different photograph, two stand out: machetes battle the wizard and another that kicks in a machine-gun in Gatling style (1300 bullets per minute).
Cauã (zinho) is a good professional growth curve, and plays the role of Ara in the film, a son of the "Our Father", group leader (gang were USA) biker who live their own rules - outlaws - in search of the Holy Sacred it rained. And although his character was more convincing than the one crying in the death of Joe Sixpack in the sixth chapter (22) The Rules of the Game. In short, watch the film worth it! Great national production.
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