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Onstage or in rehearsal, surrounded by familiars or alone with the camera, Ms. Bethnia is an expressive force of nature whose honeyed voice could lure sailors to their doom.
As artistically temperate as the now silver-maned Brazilian contralto.
Whether she's singing to a crowd of thousands or alone in the studio, the singer is a charming presence throughout.
No musical track is cut-off -- you get the entire cookie instead of a bunch of crumbs.
An intimate film about the artistic and social visions of one of Brazil's most respected singers.
Maria Bethania fans will love this film.
A documentary of interest only to those already familiar with its subject.
A performance-driven bio-pic which features plenty of concert footage, offset by interviews with friends, family (including her brother, renowned composer Caetano Veloso) and Maria herself.
Pic sticks to musical side of the best-known woman exponent of the 1970s movement known as tropicalia, and that works fine, as the gray-maned diva has plenty to say in that department.
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