Low-level bureaucrat Sam Lowry escapes the monotony of his day-to-day life through a recurring daydream of himself as a virtuous hero saving a beautiful damsel. Investigating a case that led to the wrongful arrest and eventual death of an innocent man instead of wanted terrorist Harry Tuttle, he meets the woman from his daydream, and in trying to help her gets caught in a web of mistaken identities, mindless bureaucracy and lies.
Nazi hunter Ezra Lieberman discovers a sinister and bizarre plot to rekindle the Third Reich.
Four childhood friends are reunited at a wedding in Rio. But when they accidentally kill a young man during a party that gets out of hand, they are forced to flee the city in a crazy adventure.
Brazil is perhaps the best of the handful of American films made by Brazilian singing sensation Tito Guizar. In typical screwball-comedy fashion, the plot is set in motion by authoress Nicky Henderson (Virginia Bruce), who has hit the best-seller charts with her latest tome, Why Marry a Latin? While researching her next book in Rio De Janeiro, she finds out "why" when she meets handsome songwriter Miguel Soares (Guizar). Upon learning about Nicky's book, Miguel decides to teach her a few lessons in affairs of the heart. Edward Everett Horton is also on hand, twittering his way through the role of a well-meaning buttinsky. Thanks to the "Good Neighbor" policy of the 1940s, South American musicals were a glut on the market, but Brazil was good enough on its own merits to pay its way at the box office.
A hot blooded Spanish princess plots to conquer her enemies and become queen.
Produced by Brasil Paralelo, this is the biggest documentary ever produced about the Brazilian Military Regime. The crew traveled to Eastern Europe to search for the previously secret documents of the intelligence service of extinguished Czechoslovakia for the facts that were hiden from us. For the first time they will go to the public in documentary form.
A film director, whose career is going downhill, reluctantly decides to adapt an inadaptable best selling novel. Will she succeed or will the book adapt her in the process?
In the late 1960s, Thomas Farkas imported equipment suitable for direct sound, and released a collection of documentaries called "Brasil Verdade" ("True Brazil"), after the Military Coup d'État took place in Brazil, which happened without any popular resistance or revolution or reaction of the society. The four short films are directly related to this fact and its consequences to the country.
What is this film called Brazil? Find out in this witty documentary.
The film is set on mid-1970, when the military regime's "economic miracle" and the victory of the Brazilian national football team on the FIFA World Cup serves as a distraction for the persecution of opposition leaders by the political police of the dictatorship. Under this context, Jofre Godoi da Fonseca, an alienated middle class man, is mistaken for Sarmento, a political activist he met at an airport prior to his assassination. He is then arrested and brutally tortured by a paramilitary group of vigilantes sponsored by influential businessmen to hunt down people deemed "subversive" by the regime.
Diogo Álvares, a Portuguese map illustrator, reaches the Brazilian coast, after his caravel sinks. He is saved by the Indian chief Itaparica and his two daughters, Paraguaçu and Moema. They call him Caramuru and together they engage in a happy love triangle. But the chance to return to Portugal arises, and it is clear this amoral arrangement cannot last.
From the beginning of the film: "This is the story of a new twist on the oldest profession. The film follows a group of Brazilian prostitutes over two years as they work not only the streets of Rio, but those of Paris, Rome and Milan." The twist is that these prostitutes are gay, transexual and transvestite.
Rhys Millen Drifting Serra Do Rio Do Rastro
We start in Rio de Janeiro, with the statue of Cristo Redentor on Mount Corcovado, the avenue along the beach, the beauty of an historic city, and the landmark, Sugarloaf. Brazil's 47 million people celebrate racial diversity. From the Copacabana, we travel 40 miles to a resort, Quitandinha, where President Truman spoke. Then it's on to Sao Paolo, a modern, industrial city, and finally to the spectacular waterfalls of Iguazu on the border between Brazil and Argentina.
Go up-river and deep into the jungle far from Brazil's cities and stadiums, where families of giant otters, tufted capuchin monkeys and mischievous coati (South American raccoon cousins) rally their wits to survive in a breathtakingly beautiful yet dangerous land.
Manowar Metal Daze Blood of my Enemies Kill with Power Sign of the Hammer Gates of Valhalla Sting of the Bumblebee The Gods Made Heavy Metal Metal Warriors Kings of Metal The Power Hail and kill Black wind, Fire and Steel The Crown and the King
The ultimate guide to the players on the road to Rio. Ahead of the world football tournament in June & July, Stars in Brazil celebrates ten of the world’s most talented players on the road to Rio. From Cristiano Ronaldo’s breathtaking skills to the brillance of Wayne Rooney, Stars in Brazil offers detailed player profiles, fantastic footage and exclusive interviews with football experts.
Year 2000. Brazil was partially devastated by the Third World War. An immigrant family arrives in a small town, which they call "I Forgot." The trio is recruited by an indigenist to pretend to be Indians during the visit of a general. In the dilemma of integrating into the system or preserving individual freedom, the family moves toward disintegration as the city prepares to launch a space rocket.
Brazil Avenue is a dynamic, lifelike, and modern telenovela that reveals how unrelenting ambition and inflicted cruelty can change a young girl’s destiny and lead her to seek revenge.
Ídolos foi um programa de televisão brasileiro, derivado do programa britânico Pop Idol, que consistia em revelar o "novo ídolo musical do Brasil". Exibido em 2006 e 2007 pelo SBT, era apresentado por Beto Marden e Lígia Mendes, e teve a participação de Arnaldo Saccomani, Carlos Eduardo Miranda, Cynthia "Cyz" Zamorano e Thomas Roth como jurados. Foi a primeira versão brasileira para o formato de reality show criado por Simon Fuller. Em 2008, o formato, ainda no auge, foi comprado pela Rede Record, que produziu as versões posteriores. A primeira temporada estreou dia 19 de agosto de 2008, tendo Rodrigo Faro como apresentador e Luís Calainho, Paula Lima e Marco Camargo como júri. Em 2011, Luiza Possi e Rick Bonadio entraram para o júri, substituindo Paula e Calainho. Em 2012, entram para o júri Fafá de Belém e Supla, substituindo Luiza e Bonadio, que ficaram apenas uma temporada. Também em 2012, o apresentador Rodrigo Faro deixou o comando do programa e foi substituído por Marcos Mion. Em 2012, após o final da 7ª temporada ao todo, a Rede Record anunciou o fim da atração. No lugar, a emissora vai adaptar outro reality show de talentos, a versão brasileira do Got Talent.
Ídolos Brazil 1 was the first season of Brazilian reality interactive talent show Ídolos, which premiered April 5, 2006 with the season finale airing on July 27, 2006. Beto Marden and Lígia Mendes were the hosts and the judging panel consisted of Carlos Eduardo Miranda, Arnaldo Saccomani, Cyz Zamorano and Thomas Roth. Leandro Lopes won the competition with Lucas Poletto as the first runner-up and Osnir Alves finishing third.
Ídolos Brazil 2 was the second season of Brazilian reality interactive talent show Ídolos, which premiered March 28, 2007 with the season finale airing on August 16, 2007. Beto Marden and Lígia Mendes returned as a hosts from last year and the judging panel again consists of Carlos Eduardo Miranda, Arnaldo Saccomani, Cyz Zamorano and Thomas Roth. Thaeme Mariôto won the competition with Shirley Carvalho as the first runner-up and Lenny Bellard finishing third.
An intimate portrait of the ingenuity and resilience of three different animal families as they face the seasonal extremes and fierce predators of the Brazilian wilderness.
Brazil with Michael Palin is a travel documentary series by Michael Palin consisting of four episodes. Palin, had never been to Brazil which, in the 21st century, has become a global player with a booming economy bringing massive social changes to this once-sleeping giant which, as the fifth largest country, is as big as some continents.
The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil is an installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship-produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter. This season marked the first time the show was filmed, in its entirety, outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, and consisted of 12 episodes and a live finale in Brazil. The season tournament finale appeared on pay-per-view in June 2012. It started filming in February 2012 and was in Portuguese. The season was produced by Floresta, a Brazilian production company, and aired in Brazil on Globo. Each episode was broadcast over the Internet at TUF.tv each Sunday night and later aired on Fuel TV in a marathon leading up to the finale. On December 13, 2011, during the pre-UFC 142 press conference, Dana White announced that the coaches for the season would be Vitor Belfort and Wanderlei Silva. Belfort still faced and defeated Anthony Johnson at UFC 142. This was a departure from past seasons where following the coaches announcement the coaches did not compete against other fighters until facing each other after the conclusion of that season of The Ultimate Fighter. The UFC held open tryouts on December 14, 2011. The casting call was for Lightweight and Middleweight fighters who are at least 21 years old and have a minimum of two wins in three professional fights. Of those who applied for the tryouts the UFC invited 350 fighters to participate. The fighters in the season were from the Featherweight and Middleweight weight classes.
See Brazil through the eyes of Australian comedian and best-selling author Anh Do. From Rio to the Amazon and Salvador to São Paulo, Anh brings us his unique take on the people, cuisine, customs and culture of modern-day Brazil. As always, Anh throws himself into the action and this adventure could be his craziest yet.
Brazil is a land of gigantic proportions. Energetic, flamboyant and fun, Brazil is also overwhelmingly beautiful. Within its mountains, seas, rainforests, deserts and millions of miles of rivers, are many of our planet's last wild frontiers. Its diversity of life and landscape is second to none. In each episode, the viewer will be taken on a journey across fabulous landscapes and will meet carefully selected, charismatic and little-known animal species.
Brazil's Next Top Model, sometimes abbreviated as BrNTM, is a Brazilian reality show, based on America's Next Top Model and produced by the Brazilian branch of the Latin American cable channel Sony Entertainment Television in association with producer Moonshot Pictures. The show features a group of young female contestants who live together in a house for several weeks while taking part in various challenges, photo shoots and meetings with members of the modeling industry. Usually, one girl is eliminated each week until the final contestant remaining is declared "Brazil's Next Top Model" and wins a modelling contract along with other associated prizes.
Brazilian version of the competitive cooking reality show where amateur and home chefs compete for the title of MasterChef.
Mulheres Ricas is a Brazilian reality television series that airs on the Band television network. It premiered on January 2, 2012.