Not Rated | | Drama
Clara, a 65 year old widow and retired music critic, was born into a wealthy and traditional family in Recife, Brazil. She is the last resident of the Aquarius, an original two-story ... See full summary »
After the whole controversy revolving the film's selection as a possible nominee for the 2017's Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category, the North America distributor Vitagraph Films decided to release an independent campaign for the movie... ...
It's impressive what people say about lack of education, and they always refer to poor people, but lack of manners isn't in poor people, it's in rich, well educated people like you, the elite, who think they are elite, who think they are privileged,...
When Clara, who is annoyed by the noise from a party in the apartment above, decides to listen to a vinyl record, she picks up Queen's 1978 album "Jazz" and plays the first track, "Fat Bottomed Girls". But the version we hear is the shorter version of the son, released only as a single and in the 1981 compilation "Greatest Hits", and not the longer version of the song from the 1978 album that is visibly spinning in the turntable.
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