The Three Marias
|The Three Marias|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Aluizio Abranches|
|Produced by||Aluizio Abranches
Dedete Parente Costa
|Written by||Heitor Dhalia
Maria Luisa Mendonça
|Music by||André Abujamra|
Empire Pictures (US)
Gala Film (UK)
|Release dates||August 2, 2002|
|Running time||90 minutes|
|Box office||R$76,819 ($32,761)|
The Three Marias (Portuguese: As Três Marias) is a 2002 Brazilian-Italian crime drama film directed by Aluizio Abranches. Set in Pernambuco, it tells the story of a woman (played by Marieta Severo) who takes revenge on her former lover and his family with the help of her three daughters, all named Maria.
- Marieta Severo as Filomena Capadócio
- Julia Lemmertz as Maria Francisca
- Maria Luisa Mendonça as Maria Rosa
- Luiza Mariani as Maria Pia
- Carlos Vereza as Firmino Santos Guerra
- Enrique Diaz as Zé das Cobras
- Tuca Andrada as corporal Tenorio (capt. Tenorio in the English version)
- Wagner Moura as Jesuíno Cruz, cavalo do cão (Devil's Horse in English)
The Three Marias grossed R$76,819 ($32,761) and was watched by 13,003 people in the 10 Brazilian theaters in which it was released. It received mixed reviews by English-speaking reviewers. On review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 40% rating based on 20 reviews, with an average score of 5.4/10. On Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 based on reviews from critics, the film has a score of 45 (indicating "mixed or average reviews") based on 9 reviews.
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