Nina (film)

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Nina
Nina Film Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Heitor Dhalia
Produced by Caio Gullane
Fabiano Gullane
Screenplay by Marçal Aquino
Based on Crime and Punishment 
by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Starring Guta Stresser
Myriam Muniz
Sabrina Greve
Luíza Mariani
Juliana Galdino
Music by Antonio Pinto
Cinematography José Roberto Eliezer
Edited by Estevan Santos
Production
company
Branca Filmes
Fábrica Brasileira de Imagens
Gullane Filmes
Quanta Centro de Produções Cinematográficas
Distributed by Columbia TriStar
Release dates
2004
Running time
85 min.
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Budget BRL 2.442.740 (estimated)

Nina is a 2004 Brazilian drama film directed by Heitor Dhalia and starring Guta Stresser and Myriam Muniz. The plot is loosely based on the 1886 Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel Crime and Punishment. The setting is described to be of a dark humor nature in an urban new-age post apocalyptic gothic world, and includes manga-like animations throughout the film.

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Set in today's São Paulo, the film tells the story of Nina, a poor young girl, disorderly seeking a means of survival in today's cruel society and only comes across adversity. She lives in a rented room. Her landlady Eulália, an old and decrepit reincarnation of the old miser killed by Raskólnikov on Crime and Punishment, humiliates her the entire time, violates her correspondence, confiscates the money her mother sends, locks up the refrigerator to prevent her access the food stored there, each one of them with the label "Eulália" on it, a symbol of the purchasing power, the right to consume and of the humiliation of the fellow man.

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