Saramandaia (1976– )

TV Series   |    |  Drama, Fantasy, Romance


Episode Guide

8.3/10
31

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  • Juca de Oliveira in Saramandaia (1976)
  • Eloísa Mafalda in Saramandaia (1976)
  • Wilza Carla in Saramandaia (1976)
  • Antônio Fagundes and Yoná Magalhães in Saramandaia (1976)
  • Sônia Braga and Juca de Oliveira in Saramandaia (1976)
  • Castro Gonzaga in Saramandaia (1976)

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Awards

2 wins.

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1 February 2007 | Sylar1962
8
| The Brazilian view on fantasy
Saramandaia is another great series from the genius Dias Gomes. The story is about a city where many fantastic things happen. It has a werewolf; a man whose heart literally goes up to his mouth; a winged baby, and other unbelievable things. It was a characters story, so people still recall them after all these years.

The main plot is about two beverage companies that economical and politically ruled a countryside town. The place, formerly known as Bole-bole, name of one of the companies, had it changed, by popular voting, to Saramandaia, the name of its rival. It was the very first time I watched fantastic actor Antônio Fagundes. By that time, I didn't like him because his character, Lua Viana, which was pretty cheesy. Of course, time proved I was wrong about mr. Fagundes' acting skills. It was very good to see beautiful and classy late Dina Sfat as a northeastern boarding house owner. I confess I still miss her sometimes. Americans like fantasy movies, so I recommend Saramandaia for all those guys who like to see the strange and the exotic.

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Genres

Drama | Fantasy | Romance

Details

Release Date:

3 May 1976

Language

Portuguese


Country of Origin

Brazil

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