Bruno (Fabio Porchat) is a young film editor who has just broke up his marriage with Regina, and returned living in his mother's house. Drowned in deep sorrow, something very weird happens ...
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Bruno (Fabio Porchat) is a young film editor who has just broke up his marriage with Regina, and returned living in his mother's house. Drowned in deep sorrow, something very weird happens in his life: people around him are gradually disappearing. But only for him. Some kind of blindness.Written by
I understood this movie as big metaphor about what happens in the mind of someone after a breakup of a long relationship, the drama is not so intense throughout the movie, but subtle and building up over it's duration, eventually reaching a climax towards the end. There are little doses of humour, which are not really that funny, but bring the needed comic relief.
I don't expect this movie to change your life or something like it, but it certainly is worth your time, even more if you want to see good Brazilian movies. By the own nature of this film, the secondary characters are not so important, and this slowly leaves you alone with the main guy and you empathize with him and his dilemma.
Overall, this movie has a neat and original idea, maybe only not explored to it's fullest potential, but it's flaws are part of what it is.
I think most people would give it a 7 out of ten but I give it a solid 8 because I could totally relate with it. (I think you have to relate to the main character to get the most out of it) 8/10
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