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Harmonica's Howl (2013)

O Uivo da Gaita (original title)
A young couple, Pedro and Antônia, have their relationship weakening after meeting Luana. Romance, seduction, fear and anguish from the future are established in this story of liquid love.


Bruno Safadi


Bruno Safadi




Cast overview:
Mariana Ximenes ... Antônia
Jiddu Pinheiro ... Pedro
Leandra Leal Leandra Leal ... Luana


The Rio de Janeiro harbor, the famous Oscar Niemeyer-desgined Casa das Canoas and an idyllic Niterói beach with a stunning view of Rio and the story of Antônia and Pedro, a couple that is facing problems in the relationship after the arrival of Luana. The two women fall in love and live an intense passion. Written by Jason S.

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Drama | Romance

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C'mon now
21 April 2019 | by TdSmth5See all my reviews

Two girls walk on the beach then make out and have sex. One of them is married to a guy, then the other girl shows up at their house. Then suddenly we get to hear the guy reading Don Quixote. They get drunk, they dance, make out. The next day they have to make tough decisions about the future. Either this takes place during a vacation or before a vacation because the couple is supposed to board a cruise ship the next day. The resolution of course is pretty expected.

Things tend to go wrong when Latin cinema gets all artsy. And by golly this movie tests the audience's patience. The first scene is of a cargo boat moving across the screen, in slo-mo. It's about 15 minutes into the movie when someone finally has something to say--3 or 4 lines maybe. The camera spends hours on something--food on a table, a white/empty painting on a wall. When the three drink and talk, we hear a camera reel spinning instead. I think there are 4 instances of someone talking for a minute or so, mainly the guy. 99% of the movie takes place without anyone saying anything. Music can get pretty weird when there is any.

The girls are attractive. Cinematography is nice. The movie is short, the end credits are ridiculously long for such a bare-bones movie. There's an after-credits scene which should have come before. It's worth watching for the girls, while you are doing something else and the movie is in the background since it doesn't require and thought, attention, or interpretation.

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23 April 2015 (Brazil) See more »

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