Tropicália Reviews

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Super Reviewer
½ October 17, 2012
In 1967 the art in Brazil ceased to be an bourgeois' instrument of intellectual domain to assume a form of sensory manifestation. It was the Tropicalista movement happening. And this documentary is not a defining exercise, but an effervescence of rare images, sounds, music and testimonies that seek to make the viewer feel what was (or is) the Tropicalismo. And so is victorious. With a research impeccable, they bring to the screen materials previously unknown, unpublished. A must see movie for anyone who call himself Brazilian.
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