Based on the book of the same name by the Brazilian writer, Augusto Cury, (2016) arrived at Netflix in early May and is already a hit with subscribers. The national film, starring Dan Stulbach and Caesar Trancoso is one of the most watched on the platform.
Synopsis and trailer
In, we follow the unusual friendship between Júlio César (Stulbach), a psychologist who, disillusioned with life, tries to commit suicide, and a beggar, “Mestre” (Troncoso), who appears with valuable teachings to share. Both come together to do good and find reasons to live.
What people are talking about the movie
On social media, many comment that the film is very emotional and full of reflections, it brings everyone to tears. Check out some of the reactions on Twitter:
Technical sheet: (2016)
Duration: 96 minutes
Launch: December 8, 2016
Distributor: Warner Bros.
Directed by: Jayme Monjardim
Classification: 12 years
Country of origin: Brazil