The tense survival tale is set over several late-night hours in a sparsely-peopled Brazilian restaurant. When an armed robbery interrupts an already-terse dynamic between boss and customer,... See full summary »
Rosalia is a 65-year-old worker who dedicated her life to work in a reactor factory on the outskirts of São Paulo. One day, she is fired, and comforted by her brother José. He decides to take her on a car trip to Buenos Aires.
Ely is 17 years old. After school, she works few hours at a pet shop. When Ely learns that she is pregnant, her inner world explodes even though she tries to go on with her daily routine as... See full summary »
In the great restaurant of life, there are those who eat and those who get eaten. Raimundo Nonato finds an alternative way, a life of his own: he cooks in order to survive and find a place ... See full summary »
Where do you draw the line between fact and fiction in one man's life? That's the issue confronting an art expert delving into the biography of a painter who drowned 50 years ago, whose ... See full summary »
For years they were kept in subhuman conditions. Sixty thousand died. A few managed to survive. And they tell you a little about the terrifying history of the Cologne Hospital. Adaptation of the eponymous book of Daniela Arbex.
Two girlfriends visit a big Brazilian beach festival and decide to just let go. They enjoy the music, booze, drugs and on one steamy afternoon even each other. They also meet a young man and things can't be better. Can this paradise last?
Lívia de Bueno
'Restless Love ' is a dramatic comedy feature film that tells the story of three friends who lives in the same building , in Sao Paulo. Julia (Maria Laura Nogueira ), Diego ( singer Thiago Pethit , debuting in acting) and Micaela ( Renata Gaspar ) are young anti- heroes, surpassing loving and professional misadventures with humor and a lot of personality, with the backdrop of the city São Paulo.
This movie far surpassed my expectations . I do not really like this movie theme, I like fiction more. First, the film's soundtrack is great with many, but not just, Brazilian songs. It is very likely that any middle-class person living in a large city will identify yourself with the situations experienced by the characters, and the actor's performance was fantastic. What won me the most in the film was the photograph. The film is set in São Paulo, Brazil, the third largest conglomerate in the world. A very large city, very rich, absurdly crowded with culture, people not only from other states of Brazil as from the whole world lives in São Paulo, and like many big cities, suffers from pollution and poor distribution of income. Watch it, because it really is a formidable movie.
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