O Ibraim do Subúrbio
Lambusca, a man from the State of Paraíba, Brazil, goes to São Paulo, looking for a job. But he ends up working for a group of fishy loan sharks, collecting money. In one of his visits, the debtor dies. The police then starts chasing him, believing he had murdered the man.
Pintando o Sexo
O Império das Taras
An apparently simple adultery case turns into an intricate and suspense-filled plot composed of numerous twists and turns, with a surprising ending. Dr. Rafidjian, a renowned physician, seeks out Dora Lobo's detective agency, wishing to locate call girl Ana Cíntia Lopes. The case soon finds its way into the hands of Remo Bellini and his new assistant Beatriz; but the client's brutal murder changes the course of the investigation, leading the two detectives into high-risk situations. Trying to solve the crime, they canvas the nightlife of São Paulo's underworld, where they meet Fátima, a mysterious prostitute who becomes involved with Bellini. Based on the book of the same title by the writer and musician Tony Bellotto, who is also the film's co-producer and co-composer of the soundtrack, along with Charles Gavin, fellow member of the rock band Titãs, and Andreas Kiesser, of Sepultura.
Fantasy comedy about Brazilian writer Oswald de Andrade, one of the most important icons of Modernism in Brazil. In the film, Oswald is played by two actors: Ítala Nandi, as his feminine anima, and Flávio Galvão, as the masculine half.
For the launch of his new giant horoscope computer, famous astrologer Alex invites to his private island friends representing each of the 12 zodiac signs. During the welcome party, one of the guests is mysteriously murdered. Unable to leave the island, the others witness new deaths, always announced in advance by the computer.
Saul and Mônica retuen to São Paulo after three years and find his family colonial big mansion, in total abandon.
O Cravo e a Rosa is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It ran from June 26, 2000 to March 10, 2001. It is based on the Shakespearean comedy The Taming of the Shrew. It is currently being broadcast in Portugal, on SIC.