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Sonia Braga is the light in a dark story about brazilian society.
A masterpiece of Brazilian cinema, extremely elegant and original, a powerful film that must be seen by all lovers of quality cinema.
Admirable, candid and mostly keeping saccharine sentimentality at bay, this is an engaging little story about how practical, usually financial, concerns can pretty ruthlessly eat into human relationships, full of loose ends, and with a triumphant pay-off that leaves everything unresolved.
A bit like The castle but not funny. Only watch it if you really don't have any thing to do.
This was a terrible movie without a purpose or point.
Puntaje Original: 7.0
Totally agree with the RT's Critics Consensus.
Interesting images but lacks major plot.
Kleber Mendonca Filho creates not only an impressive character - that would grant at least an Oscar nomination to its main actress, great Sonia Braga, in a fair world - but also composes this character as a reflection of Brazil, a nation where citizens have to battle against sometimes hidden forces to maintain minimum dignity.
A well crafted invitation to visit a family on a beach in Brazil, learn their secrets, and witness how they deal with issues from their cultural perspective.
mythical themes. great performance by the lead.