This is a romantic comedy about a saleswoman from a large department store in Rio, who discovers she has inherited property in the wine country of California. She could never expect what ...
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Tony Lo Bianco
This is a romantic comedy about a saleswoman from a large department store in Rio, who discovers she has inherited property in the wine country of California. She could never expect what she would find in Webster, a small country town.Written by
Come on. I kind known to strike the film Brazil, because, despite having HD quality and everything else is amateur, has the most expensive advertising and novel than the movie. Movie film is that the U.S. (and the rest of the world) uses. And to prove that this movie was perfect: the transition of the footage from the U.S. to Brazil there is a clear difference, professional vs. amateur image. Marcio Garcia hit the partnership made a simple and predictable movie, but well done (except for the Japanese scenes that are not thrown that way in public, and the final scene of Márcio that apparently needed to make merchan shampoo). While they are talking about, I enjoyed this romantic comedy. At least had a plot with a beginning, middle and end, and unlike many Brazilian films. I'm a fan of American movies, not like the movies Brazil. But I firmly believe that if you pay attention to this detail of the film would already be half way for me to start to change their minds. Pity that few people realize - and cares.
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