In one session fuller, if not most, of the Brasilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema, My Country was presented the public with warm applause greeted the end of the session on a Saturday night, the family drama played to Rodrigo Santoro and Débora Falabella The film manages to involve the public in a story of encounters and re-encounters from the death of Father (Paulo José) and the discovery of a distant family secrets. The candid interpretation of Deborah Falabella sensitizes the viewer and makes the scene as drama goes. The soundtrack fits well and striking photography come together to ensure a good show.
Another great Brazilian film
A film about the reunion of a family broken by the pain and because of the pain can be reunited. An intense story, told in a soft and sensitive way, showing the search and dedication of a man rediscovering family and the love that unites the brothers, finally forming a real family. —Kinoplex
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May 15, 2021 at 07:50 PM