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Roberto Carlos a 300 Quilômetros Por Hora (1971)

A mechanic who wants to become a race car pilot has his great opportunity when he has to take the place of another pilot who had suffered an accident.



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Credited cast:
Roberto Carlos ...
Erasmo Carlos ...
Raul Cortez ...
Mário Benvenutti ...
Libânia Almeida ...
Luciana (as Libânia)
Cristina Martinez ...
Flávio Migliaccio ...
Otelo Zeloni ...
Reginaldo Faria ...
Walter Forster
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Beatriz Assunção
Antonio Carlos Avallone
Zélia Borges
José Renato Catapani
Cacilda Rita de Jesus


In São Paulo, the successful Brazilian race car pilot and businessman Rodolfo has recovered from an accident and will return to the races on the next Grand Prix of Interlagos. Rodolfo owns the garage Ibiapuera Veículos and is engaged of Luciana. His mechanic Lalo has a crush on Luciana and dreams on becoming a race car pilot and his couch is the technical advisor and best friend Pedro Navalha. They dawdle the repair of the Dodge Charger R/T of a playboy to secretly use the car to practice for the race. When Rodolfo does not recover from the trauma of his accident and gives up racing again, Pedro convinces Lalao to take the place of their boss and take a chance in Interlagos. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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An underdog car racing film
15 May 2016 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

This is not an actor's film but a musician's one, such as those starred by Elvis Presley or by The Beatles. Singer and composer Roberto Carlos is very famous in Brazil and collected hits in the 60's and 70's. This is his last film and the only one in which his character was not himself. "300 Kilometers/hour" is an underdog car racing movie (the mechanic wants to win a car race and impress the girls he loves), full of clichés, merchandising and a pinch of sexism. The worst moment is not central, but politically important and unforgivable: the character portrayed by singer Erasmo Calos - the main partner of Roberto Erasmo Carlos in his career projects - shouts "Hail Brazil! Love it or leave it!"; "Love it or leave it" was the slogan of military dictatorship, which was in its most violent moment when the film was launched. Though, the movie is neither bad, nor as predictable as it seems at first sight (the end is not fantastic but surprisingly interesting). Some of the actors - Raul Cortez, who portrays the boss and pilot, Reginaldo Faria, the owner of the broken car, and Flávio Miggliacio, who plays the truck driver - were among the best in the country. For car lovers, it may be attractive to see in this film the red Avallone Chrysler or the orange Dodge Charger R/T 1971.

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