Cinema, Asprin And Vultures (cinema, Aspirinas E Urubus) (2006)
Critic Reviews for Cinema, Asprin And Vultures (cinema, Aspirinas E Urubus)
The Brazilian film Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures shows how a little imagination and a quality cinematographer can triumph over a poverty of means.
The film is well worth seeing for its views of the parched wilderness of far-flung Brazil and its talkative depiction of an unlikely friendship.
Marcelo Gomes makes an impressive if sober feature helming debut in Cinema, Aspirin and Vultures.
A road movie about the end of the road, about paths diverging, when travellers' time together can only be brief.
This Brazilian film has been greeted with the same sort of polite praise that Daughters of the Dust earned years ago from left-leaning critics enamored with purportedly novel modes of expression and exotic representation.
Audience Reviews for Cinema, Asprin And Vultures (cinema, Aspirinas E Urubus)
More than just an amusing road movie, this wonderful film may seem pretty simple (and even pointless to some) at a first look, but is in fact a delicate story of friendship between two very different men with only broken dreams and uncertainty ahead of them (and João Miguel is fantastic).
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