27 September 2017 | eagandersongil
Sex, Drugs and Television
the national cinema returning to fill the movie theaters to see a quality movie, and this return could not be in a better way, portraying the story of the rise and fall of one of the greatest icons of Brazilian television of the 80s, Bozo, or rather, Bingo, since the feature did not get the copyrights, is a great movie, with great performances and a top-level, escrachado direction. critical, surreal, dramatic and entertaining, "Bingo- the kings of mantras" is a quality nostalgia, as well as a biography of Brazilian television from the 80's. With a linear and biobibliographic script, the great sin of the script is to develop many The film could have more than 20 minutes, at times it seems that there is a lack of rhythm and in the end it seems that there is no story, and that is the great sin of the movie, we tire but it has the full sensation that it has seen the summary of the history of Bingo. Technically the film is splendid. Daniel Rezende, walks with his camera, faztraveling, makes closed plans, blurring, closes and beautiful aerial plans, and even subjective camera he uses, he more than just films a story, he gives points of view of his work that composes a whole , a clear photograph, a great use of lighting, that can make the screen shine in the big moments of Bingo and darken in its low moments, all aligned to a good soundtrack, with a lot of national rock and a competent assembly, but that does not enchant, since the assembly is the most observable aspect of the film, seeing the history of its director. Vladimir Brichta gives a show of performance, not only transgressive of Bingo, but in his calm moments, of reflection, of depression, of pure fall, despair and anguish, his performasse is remarkable and does not fall the level. Daniel Rezende, was editor of great films like; City of God, Elite Troop, Tree of Life .... and also worked with great directors and great actors, and finally makes his debut in the direction, is a good name, and it is good to keep an eye on him, the national cinema of quality on the big screen.