After several behavior problems, João, a teenager (João Pedro Zappa) is admitted to a psychiatric clinic by his family. There he meets Judite ( Deborah Secco) , for who he soon falls in ...
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After several behavior problems, João, a teenager (João Pedro Zappa) is admitted to a psychiatric clinic by his family. There he meets Judite ( Deborah Secco) , for who he soon falls in love. The problem is that she does not have much time to live and they know it. This shall not prevent the emergence of a great romance in the clinic.Written by
The final act is worthy of the worst serial. Chewed, explained too much, the direction that the film takes equal to any television production (read novel) when it is taken from the viewer the benefit of doubt, the ability to reflect and debate. Worse, accompanied by a moral lesson that goes against the respect and acceptance of the HIV patient that the film builds along the projection at the time when John (spoiler) makes a point of saying that is not contaminated. You can then have a party (the final) is taken as the whole (the film) at the time of judgment? In the case of good luck, the answer is yes, because it is a film that is to be different, but if levels underneath to make concessions. For the rest, it is delight with a performance of Fernanda Montenegro in a cameo as Judith's grandmother; and keep an eye on Pablo Sanábio, the young actor who brilliantly plays the role of one of the internal clinic. By Renato Hermsdorff.
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