Charts the misadventures of expatriates in Rio in their bungled search for both personal pleasures and social justice. Each character reveals a different aspect of the fabled city, from Rio high society to favelas.
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A group of strangers from different countries end up on Rio's sensual beaches. Seeking self fulfillment, they are looking for answers to existential questions. Yet it isn't until their different paths cross that they begin to understand why they came.Written by
It is rare that you see a film that is based in a brazil city. Just that alone makes this film very unique. And the people in it came from different parts of the world, that is also refreshing to watch. some of the actors are related in real life.
It is almost like a socialist film, because it showed you that in Rio, rich people live at nice places, poor people have to work as maids, live in ghettos.
It has some funny moments. It looks authentic to me, that is probably how people live in brazil. I also just enjoyed looking at those buildings, beaches, etc. It is better than a regular travel show.
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