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Corpo Elétrico (2017)

Unrated | | Drama | 17 August 2017 (Brazil)
The summer is coming and Elias has been dreaming of the sea a lot. In the factory where he works, his responsibilities increase as the holiday season approaches. After one more night ... See full summary »

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Marcelo Caetano
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelner Macêdo Kelner Macêdo ... Elias
Lucas Andrade Lucas Andrade ... Wellington
Welket Bungué ... Fernando
Ana Flavia Cavalcanti Ana Flavia Cavalcanti ... Carla
Daniel Torres Daniel Torres ... Cristovão
Dani Nefussi Dani Nefussi ... Diana
Emerson Ferreira Emerson Ferreira ... Gilberto
Ernani Sanchez Ernani Sanchez ... Walter
Evandro Cavalcante Evandro Cavalcante ... Alexandre
Georgina Castro Georgina Castro ... Cristina
Henrique Zanoni Henrique Zanoni ... Anderson
Linn da Quebrada Linn da Quebrada ... Simplesmente Pantera
Marcia Pantera Marcia Pantera ... Marcia Pantera
Nash Laila Nash Laila ... Andressa
Rodrigo Andreolli Rodrigo Andreolli ... Boy do Estacionamento
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The summer is coming and Elias has been dreaming of the sea a lot. In the factory where he works, his responsibilities increase as the holiday season approaches. After one more night working overtime, Elias and the workers decide to go out and have some beer. That is when new encounters and desires open up to his horizons.

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The summer is coming and Elias has been dreaming of the sea a lot.

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Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

17 August 2017 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

Body Electric See more »

Filming Locations:

Itanhaém, São Paulo, Brazil See more »

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Dolby

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1.85 : 1
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First feature film directed by Marcelo Caetano. See more »

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Simplesmente Pantera: A man of your kind, such a specific race who thinks that can do everything in God's strength and for the glory of the dick. It's crystal clear that this race is going extinct.
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Gorgeous, Flowing Movie to Nowhere
27 May 2018 | by greeningSee all my reviews

If the world, our actions in it, our ambitions, and our friendly encounters amuse you, you will likely love this movie. The acting is incredibly fluid, the cinematography great, the characters real. But, as some have pointed out, the plot, it exists at all, is existential. It is about a talented, directionless fellow in Brownian motion with other talented directionless people, living their lives in very amusing ways. I am a 50-ish American, saw this film in Mumbai with a 50-ish Indian buddy, and we both laughed throughout, recognizing ourselves and our zanny friends everywhere. Albert Camus and Salvador Dali, I think, would have loved it. Tom Cruze, not so much.


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