R | | Crime, Drama
Two boys growing up in a violent neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro take different paths: one becomes a photographer, the other a drug dealer.
In the English-subtitled version, Mané Galinha is instead called "Knockout Ned". "Mané Galinha" means "Chicken Manuel" in Portuguese, and he got that nickname because his real name is Manuel and he stole chickens. In the US, however, "chicken" is ... ...
Whoa, the chicken ran away. Get that chicken, dude!
When the Tender Trio are running away into the woods after they crashed into a neighbor's house, Shaggy says that Goose messed up his ankle but it's actually Clipper. Goose's ankle is fine.
During the end credits there is shown actual real-life footage of the real Mané Galinha, or Knockout-Ned as he is translated into in the American version of the film. This is in fact the same TV interview we see constructed in the film, and we can see that the filmmakers have copied this TV interview down to the smallest detail.
$541,996 (Brazil) (30 August 2002)
$7,563,397 (USA) (20 June 2004)
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