Me encanta que se rompa la barrera que nos hace distinguir los espacios y personas de lo real con la ficción a través de lxs actores y actrices.
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Audio y subtítulos
- Versión Original con Subtítulos en Español
- Audio: Portugués
"Rocha's last film is a culmination of his avant-garde cinematic language, portraying Brazil in a series of scenes, painting a cinematographic postcard of the country with a barrage of dances, parties, songs, theatrics, discussions and speeches on Brazil's history and politics, religious scenes, overacting actors as society's archetypes, bizarre and avant-garde performances involving archetypes and symbols (one example involves three strangely insane men, a rabbit, a bird, a tv, and the burning of a globe). Whereas his previous film Claro took the final step into focusing on avant-garde actors, didactic speeches, arguments and symbolic theatrics while throwing out the narrative, this movie is so unstructured, Rocha allegedly planned to allow projectionists to show the reels in different sequences. This madness and energy has by now reached Carmelo Bene proportions. Of interest perhaps to avant-garde and arthouse nuts, but the movie is annoyingly insane, unrewarding, and punishingly long."