Mango Yellow

2002, Drama, 1h 43m

5 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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The lives of a macho butcher, his wife, a lonely waitress (Leona Cavalli), a sadist (Jonas Bloch) and a flophouse manager (Matheus Nachtergaele) intersect in Recife, Brazil.

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  • Jan 06, 2010
    It is the yellow of the diseases, the purulent wounds, the rotten teeth - a nearly grotesque (and for most maybe even too hard to stomach or digest) view of Recife, Brazil and the people there living as seen through the daring and cynical lens of enfant terrible Claudio Assis.
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  • Oct 04, 2008
    An interesting slice of life film depicting life in a slum in Brasil. The story covers the events of a single day. Life and death, and the desires common to all men play a part in this tight little film. One comes away with a sense that in the face of such abject poverty, the characters in this film seek love, companionship, and comfort, just as we all do. After the basic needs of life, (food, shelter, and safety) are met, then these other needs can be addressed, even when the availability of the means to achieve them are severely limited. Despair and a joie de vivre walk side by side in the barrio.
    Mark A Super Reviewer

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