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My Country (2011)

Meu País (original title)
A film about the reunion of a family broken by the pain and because of the pain can be reunited. An intense story, told in a soft and sensitive way, showing the search and dedication of a ... See full summary »

Director:

Andre Ristum
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4 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Rodrigo Santoro ... Marcos
Cauã Reymond ... Tiago
Débora Falabella ... Manuela
Anita Caprioli ... Giulia
Paulo José Paulo José ... Armando
Nicola Siri Nicola Siri ... Giovanni
Eduardo Semerjian Eduardo Semerjian ... Dr. Osvaldo
Luciano Chirolli Luciano Chirolli ... Moreira
Norman Mozzato Norman Mozzato ... Giorgio
Stephanie de Jongh Stephanie de Jongh ... Joana
Homero Kossac Homero Kossac ... Tio Dante
Vinícius Zucatelli Vinícius Zucatelli ... Rodrigo
Olga Machado Olga Machado ... Janaína
Carol Sica Carol Sica ... Garota Festa Tiago
Matheus Broleze Zucato Matheus Broleze Zucato ... Marcos Criança
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Storyline

A film about the reunion of a family broken by the pain and because of the pain can be reunited. An intense story, told in a soft and sensitive way, showing the search and dedication of a man rediscovering family and the love that unites the brothers, finally forming a real family. Written by Kinoplex

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An emotional journey to remember

Genres:

Drama

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Details

Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese | Italian

Release Date:

7 October 2011 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

Benim Ülkem See more »

Filming Locations:

Paulínia, São Paulo, Brazil See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

When the character of Rodrigo Santoro arrives in his room when he lived with his parents, a miniature replica of an Ayrton Senna helmet is shown. See more »

Soundtracks

Leveza de Valsa
Written by Ana Carolina & Guinga
Performed by Ana Carolina
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Another great Brazilian film
3 October 2011 | by rl-boaventuraSee all my reviews

In one session fuller, if not most, of the Brasilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema, My Country was presented the public with warm applause greeted the end of the session on a Saturday night, the family drama played to Rodrigo Santoro and Débora Falabella The film manages to involve the public in a story of encounters and re-encounters from the death of Father (Paulo José) and the discovery of a distant family secrets. The candid interpretation of Deborah Falabella sensitizes the viewer and makes the scene as drama goes. The soundtrack fits well and striking photography come together to ensure a good show.

Another great Brazilian film


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