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Tempos de Paz (Peacetime) Reviews

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June 5, 2011
Trabalho de atores ótimos nessa peça filmada... Como filme, ainda parece uma peça, mas (C) bem assistível. Como peça deve ser melhor...
½ April 10, 2010
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January 7, 2010
Tempos de Paz is a Brazilian film set in the time of the Second World War. The story is about the interrogation of a Polish ex-theater actor who finds himself mistaken for a Nazi by a violence loving Customs official at the Immigrations office in Brazil.
The customs officer, an ex-torturer for the political police, makes a deal with the actor that if he could make him cry within the ten minutes remaining for his ship to leave, then he would grant him the Brazilian Visa.
The Polish actor starts off by narrating his experiences of the War but soon realizes that violence is the very thing that thrills the Customs officer. But in the heart of hearts he too is a man full of sorrow for what he has done.
So the actor narrates to him a verse from a play by a Spanish author and makes him cry, finally.
The movie is moving. You feel that even you can't cry but it fills up your eyes with tears. The vagaries of violence and the lost freedom of the human soul hits one hard. The performances by Tony Ramos as the customs officer and Dan Stulbach as the wacky actor are superb. The last narration of the play is a tearjerker.
Watch it for its clear message about the inner conscience of the human mind. I give it a 4 on 5 rating!
August 31, 2009
Se esse filme no fosse brasileiro garanto que o final no seria feliz =P
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