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O Homem Nu (1997)

A man locked out of his apartment in the nude is pursued by the police and by the media.

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... Sylvio Proença (as Cláudio Marzo)
Lúcia Veríssimo ... Marina
Daniel Dantas ... Mendonça
Isabel Fillardis ... Marialva
Maria Zilda Bethlem ... Marieta
David Pinheiro
Anselmo Vasconcelos
Joel Barcellos
Luís Carlos Miele ... Homeless
Maria Pompeu
Thelma Reston ... (as Telma Reston)
Antonio Pedro ... Psychoanalyst
Denise Bandeira ... TV hostess
Aracy Cardoso
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A man leaves the apartment of his girlfriend to get a newspaper completely naked and the door closes behind him. One of the neighbours sees a naked man and screams, and the man runs away downstairs. Then, the movie shows various situations involving the man running down the streets of Rio de Janeiro, attempting to return home to get some clothes. Written by GOMA <esberard@sol.com.br>

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8 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Der nackte Mann  »

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Remake of O Homem Nu (1968) See more »

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Nude businessman follows Murphy's Law in Rio

This very original and entertaining comedy is set in turn of the century Rio. A serious businessman is locked out of his residence, in the buff, and Murphy's Law kicks in. Featuring very Brazilian humor, which plays well universally, THE NAKED MAN follows this guy's exploits through Rio's chaotic traffic and street life. Aided by hilarious performances by famous local comedians, Maria Zilda Bethlem and Lucia Verissimo, this film has been a festival favorite (in Miami, it played at two separate festivals), and is now available on NTSC video. Enjoy it.


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