Romantic girl gathers some old friends in her house on Paquetá Island, in Rio de Janeiro, and tries to find out, among all the boys, which one of them had been her boyfriend during her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Carolina gathers some old friends in her house on Paquetá Island, in Rio de Janeiro. She will find, among them, the boyfriend she had during her childhood and with whom she had exchanged vows of eternal love.
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Nik J (br) wrote: Quite liked this indie romcom, must be getting old!?
Scott R (gb) wrote: An interesting side of Atlanta I didn't know about, roller skating. It was fun and easy going, but nothing groundbreaking other than it confronted certain stereotypes of race in a postive way.
Rodolfo H (mx) wrote: Nice actors, interesting topic, and a moving script.
Kari K (ag) wrote: Great modern Gothic horror from Stuart Gordon. With scenes that are sure to make you squirm.
Ken S (ag) wrote: This portrait of Eastern European Jews coming to America at the turn of Century is decent. A man comes to America and quickly adapts to the culture, and even begins to have an affair...so his life becomes decidedly complicated when his wife and child finally arrive. He neglects her for her old country ways, and changes their son's name to the more American Joey, and he continues with his affair. For it's small budget, it is a decent period piece with a fairly accurate portrayal of the plight of the immigrants that came to America at this time. It is almost strange to see Carol Kane in such a dramatic role, as I am so used to seeing her in zany comedy characters.
Weul S (es) wrote: forget Mickey & Mallory...this is the ultimate criminal couple.
Art S (mx) wrote: What impresses most about Zelig, of course, is the incredible dedication of Woody Allen and his team to verisimilitude, despite everything about this faux-documentary being false. Allen plays Zelig who, during the 1920s and '30s, developed a psychiatric disorder that led him to transform (often physically) to be like those around him - a "chameleon" effect. Mia Farrow plays his psychiatrist. Although Allen claimed that the content of the film (about conformity and needing to be liked, one supposes) was his main focus, the no-holds-barred effort to shoot the film using old cameras (and even to rough up the film stock), to create songs and other ephemera featuring Leonard Zelig the Chameleon that appear true to the period, to entice real people like Susan Sontag and Saul Bellow to reflect on the fictional Zelig, and most famously to super-impose Allen himself into stock footage featuring various celebrities and politicians of the era, suggest otherwise. The whole thing flows very smoothly and you could, if your thoughts wandered for a moment, forget that you were watching a 1980s film (or at least forget that the footage of the past was faked). Alas, the content itself does not necessarily sustain the enterprise, but there are a few good jokes.