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One of the most beautiful films of Brazilian cinema is on Netflix

We are all searching for our place in the world, most of us with all the obstacles, banging on doors and losing our minds until we get it or convince you that something doesn’t really fit and we need to continue this search elsewhere. . Often, such an understanding is achieved without much pain and after an impressively long time, but there are situations where, with grief and suffering still present, time cooperates and it is as if there is a storm of supernatural dimension that allows it to do so. Enchanted, after hours and hours of terror, some sort of solution begins to appear on the horizon. Verging on despair, showing confidence in life, a person allows himself to be guided by these signs, convinced that the days of searching and doubt are in their torment, and then deservedly come not a happy ending of fairy tales, but a new beginning. , time-consuming like every new beginning, but equally full of possibilities. And although prudence advises us to save the joy, not to sing the victory, first, very well tied, the chest is full of that nameless feeling, but anyone can recognize as soon as they feel, and the desire to say happiness is simply uncontrollable.

The horrors of war, human hope, memories of a particularly difficult time for humanity, these are some of the elements that Tempos de Paz (2009) draws attention to and ignites a fire in the community it feeds. with care Here, Daniel Filho, one of the most experienced directors of Brazilian television and a memorable career in cinema as an actor and producer, takes great pains to adapt the text of the playwright Bosco Brasil, responsible for the script, for the big screen, and manages to extract from it an exquisite poetry already seen on the stages of a country known for its dislike of theater. In sessions contested by people. They liked “Novas Diretrizes em Tempos de Paz”, the name of the play from Brazil, and the success of the show was certainly one of the great motivations of artist but also businessman Daniel Philo.

The author-screenwriter’s work was first published as a book in 2001, staged the following year, and filmed just seven years later. The story, the formula, is another one that combines a long list of plots dealing with the development of the Second World War (1939-1945), during the six agonizing years during which the conflicts continued and for some time afterwards. In this case, Brazil focuses on May 8, 1945, eight days after the suicide of Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), the day of the Allied victory over the Axis. Comes from Europe to the Falkland Islands, a British-ruled archipelago off the coast of Argentina. Stopping in Brazil, Clausewitz arrives in this new world, which is both dark and fascinating, wanting to forget all the horrors he experienced in his native Poland. A portrait of frustration in the most mundane detail, the actor, who begins to call himself a farmer because he thinks that dreams or even imitation of such painful tragedies as found on the battlefields is no longer possible, is sent to Segismundo’s office. A bureaucrat in the dictatorship of Getulio Vargas (1882-1954) was responsible for giving Brazil’s new resident or condemning the candidate, with the few rights and countless duties that this condition entails, to see less dreams. A troubled life goes to the ground.

After all, Dan Stuhlbach has a great chance to prove himself as an actor beyond TV’s Manichean stereotypes, with characters like a wife-beating guy, angry after a failed marriage, or a semi-idiot chef who starts and ends. Almost a year of telenovela, which has not happened. His Clausewitz, who ironically bears the same patronymic as a war theorist, is the epitome of poetry and lyricism in a world bestialized by years of systematic and unjustified violence, eager to relearn the art of delicacy. Speaking of one of the best monologues in film history – Pedro Calderón de la Barca’s (1600-81) A Vida É Sonho – Schulbach’s interpretation completely confuses Tony Ramos’ Segismundo, who generously serves as a first-rate stepladder. Corresponds to the luxury auxiliary rank. The perfect table for the hero purple Corinthians fan to kill in the chest and settle the invoice nearby.

movie: a time of peace
direction: Daniel Philo
year: 2009
genre: drama / historical reanimation
Note: 9/10

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