This movie is based in a true story that happened 15 years beforein Portugal. The character Tó Quim (Pedro Fernandes) is inspired in Tó Jó (António Jorge Santos) that killed his parents in the day of the last eclipse of the millennium (11th August 1999), and Anita (Sofia Ribeiro) impersonates Sara, his wife. See more »
One of the worst movies I ever saw.
Most of this movie is based in a true story that happened 15 years ago in Portugal. António Jorge Santos also known as Tó Jó (Tó Quim in the movie - performed by Pedro Fernandes) killed his parents in the day of the last eclipse of the millennium. Full of tasteless sarcasm and brainless irony, this comedy tries to recreate the relation between the killer and his girlfriend Sara (Anita in the movie - here performed by Sofia Ribeiro). The plot is filled with some erotic, bloody gore horror, pseudo-satanist and iconoclast scenes besides giving you a some hints about Portuguese typical life style in the Portuguese area of Santarém (although the crime happened near Aveiro). The movie ridicules the killer, his friends, family and community, but much worse than that it ridicules some of the average actors and actresses that accepted to be part of it. Don't waste your time watching it! Just do a search on you-tube and see the real deal (e.g. the interviews to the psychopath inside jail for 25 years).
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