Thursday is opening day in Brazilian cinemas and among the highlights of the week is the Brazilian film “Duetto” The horror “Smile” and the suspense “The fall” .
In “Duetto” , after the loss of her father, a young woman travels to a small town in Italy with her grandmother. There, in the midst of family dramas, she will make her way to maturity and adulthood.
Starred by Marieta Severo (“The Great Family” and “To Our Children”) and Luisa Arraes (“Reza a Lenda”), the Brazilian production was filmed in Italy. Michele Morrone known for the role of “365 days “, gives Netflix is also in the cast and plays an Italian singer in the plot.
The horror “Smile” follows a doctor who begins to live terrifying experiences after witnessing a series of traumatic events with patients. She will need to confront her troubled past to survive this new reality.
from the same director of “The Hijack of Bus 657” and “Gambling Hostage” , “The fall” It’s about two best friends who are trapped at the top of a radio tower, two thousand feet above the ground. They must desperately fight to survive the risks, lack of supplies and heights, which cause vertigo.
In addition to the premieres, “Don’t Worry Darling,” “The King Woman,” “Entrance to Paradise” , “No! Don’t Look!”, “Orphan 2: Inception” and more are still showing in theaters.
Watch trailers for the week’s top premieres – movie availability may vary from region to region.
Alongside her grandmother, Cora travels to a small town in Italy. Between the family past, the dramas and stories of the city, Cora will make her way to maturity and adulthood.
Cast: Marieta Severo, Luisa Arraes, Michele Morrone
After a patient suffers trauma, a doctor begins to get distracted by her own thoughts.
Cast: Sosie Bacon, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner
Two best friends are trapped at the top of a radio tower, two thousand feet above the ground. They desperately struggle to survive the risks, lack of supplies and heights that cause vertigo.
Cast: Grace Fulton, Virginia Gardner, Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Source: CNN Brasil