In a Brazilian countryside region bathed by the São Francisco river, two lovers separated by destiny, their families in conflict and different social classes return to each other, unsure of their feelings.
Based on the famous Brazilian novel Dom Casmurro, by Machado De Assis, Capitu was a mini-series that gave a more theatrical look at the book's history, focusing on the insane mind of José Bento and his love/hate relationship with Capitu.
Maria Fernanda Cândido,
The Brazilian back lands. Quaderna, an old clown and bard, narrates, from his cart in the middle of the street, the History of his Family, a bloody saga of Kings, Bandits, Mystics and ... See full summary »
Brazilian baroque. The young son that ran from his dominant family, descends into decadence and then returns to the nest. With melodramatic themes of tyrannical fathers, incest, fierce ... See full summary »
With characters freely inspired in the universe of the English writer Jane Austen, the series is a romantic story that takes place in the fictional locality of Vale do Café, in the early twentieth century.