Brazilian Western is an adaptation of the eponymous song by Renato Russo a famous Brazilian singer and composer who in the style of Bob Dylan knew how to delight crowds by telling stories ... See full summary »
The young Pedro Malasartes (Jesuita Barbosa) is kind of a good-willed vagrant who travels from town to town playing tricks in gullible strangers in order to have a meal or something that he... See full summary »
The immature and cheap douche bag Fábio Clóvis marries the pseudo-intellectual Miá and they travel in a cruise to Europe on board of a fancy passenger vessel. Fabio and Miá are invited to ... See full summary »
Brazil is one of the most productive movie countries around the world. But is totally influenced by those who are attached by Globo Productions. No, it is not a bad producer company, but some of those works are made for the average of its viewers who is not that kind of public so challenging with cinema.
So, this work is a totally waste of time. It is supposed to be a comedy, but nothing there give us pleasure. It is suppose to be a romance, but also the main character does not create empathy. The only one who can be highlighted is the homosexual friend Gilberto (Marcelo Sabak), but even his presentation is offensive for some
So, do not do it with yourself by watching this crab. Take other Brazilian movies that are really good, not this.
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