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Fernanda's trials and lessons are ticked off with a brisk, businesslike air that leaves little time for emotional and character development.
[L]ed by the wooden, unattractive Ingrid de Souza as Fernanda, the film has no place to go but down.
Squanders a colorful setting and characters with uninspired acting and direction.
Fernanda's life unfolds with discretion, compassion and humor under the sensitive yet lively direction of Goldman.
A sympathetic look at what it's like to be a Brazilian transsexual prostitute working in Milan.
Manages to tell its story (based on a real character) with great sensitivity.
With its warm humour and gritty realism, it's like a combination of the two extremes in the prostitute genre: Nights of Cabiria meets Pretty Woman!
Whatever [Fernanda] was like, this movie is a fantastic tribute to her.
It's all quite the soap opera, made all the more melodramatic because it's a quasi-true story.
Never really convinces.
Princesa, like its heroine, is not at all what it seems at first. For its immediately straightforward melodramatics leave in the film's wake a haunting afterglow of a life not easily resolved by a screenplay's third act.
The film suffers from a 'based-on-a- true-story' tag, and it not only polishes up the truth but also crushes everything down to soap-opera melodrama.
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