An up-and-coming actor, Rodrigo, makes a deal with his friend, Miguel, to be in every single film he directs. In that same night Miguel disappears, only to be found years later with an unusual plot for their next movie.
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Miguel and Rodrigo are two best friends. One of Thais movies win a prize in an international festival. Excited about the award, the two go out to celebrate and Rodrigo signs in a bar napkin, a lifetime contract that guarantees that he would be in all the movies of Miguel from there forward. However, Martin disappears and only returns 10 years later. When he reappears, he takes to Rodrigo, now a famous actor, the proposal of an insane movie that could destroy his career. Written by
What a disappointment, very bad movie, Brazilian films need to get back to doing at least 10 good movies a year now make at most 3.
Porta dos Fundos: Contrato Vitalício is a film of a Brazilian group called Back Door, I never watched, the more I know of the existence, I have been watching Back Door: Lifetime Contract thinking I would enjoy myself, how I was wrong, it is a the worst 2016 films, and one of the worst already Brazilian films made, the cast is OK, more the acting is very weak, the actor Fabio Porchat may be the one who makes an acceptable operation, the direction is very weak, the film ta far from being funny, I do not gave no laughter in the film, the script is bad, the film had potential, most unfortunately is horrible, the Funds Port: Lifetime Contract is one of the worst Brazilian films already made, I do not recommend. Note 1,0
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