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Brazil, 1993. President Collor is impeached. Monthly inflation reaches 40%. The nation is collapsing. In the economic hurricanes eye, Fernando Henrique Cardoso convenes a group of brilliant economists to design an emergency plan to overcome the hyperinflation crisis.Written by
Our exciting film, a piece of our history, seen in detail with this film, is vibrant and we stand practically standing, watching the bowels of power and the wars that have passed in the government of Brazil.
Wow, what performances, what movie, people, see, eat this movie, is the history of Brazil is my story, something indescribable to speak what I feel when I see, we see our story being told, there are emotions. The mistakes and correctness we had in terms of country. It's almost right, we had public wrist men, but there are people who always throw stones.
It's amazing to see this movie, its soundtrack leaves us torn apart. We practically want to get into the movie and hit the wrong points we had.
The filmmaker Rodrigo Bittencourt (Totally Innocent in 2012) makes his second foray into the cinema, and I say that we will have other future productions of this level, telling a REAL story, from our new country.
Congratulations director! And what to talk about the performances, are a show, the famous people of our politics have actors who resemble, was a great job of leaving the characters close to the real.
Congratulations to all and especially to the protagonist the actor Emilio Orciollo Netto, made debut in novels in the King of the Cattle (96), like Giuseppe Berdinazzi, paper that would be of Raul Cortez in the second phase. Afterwards, he did Angel Bad (97) ...... until he entered the cast of Gabriela (2012), integrates Human Rights Movement, great work and everyone here.
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