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Its frequent close-ups of dishes being prepared are so luscious-and its accompanying score so playfully lusty-that it might even be described as food porn.
With top-notch editing, score and performances (especially João Miguel, of course, who proves again what an amazing actor he is), Estomago is a clever and darkly hilarious film that cynically correlates food, sex and power and moves towards a deliciously bizarre conclusion.
Roteiro, direÃ§Ã£o e atuaÃ§Ãµes iqualmente Ã³timas
Movies about food are quite popular. Movies about food that are not exactly tasteful and with a Fellini ?flavor? are very unusual. Estômago is a black comedy with references from the Italian cinema, specially from Fellini (the soundtrack sounds like Nights of Cabiria´s), but with strong and hot colors to give a Brazilian taste. Food as a metaphor for sensuality. Food as a way to get power. The rise and downfall of a simple man that discover his talent in cooking. Highly recommended.
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