Jubiabá (film)

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Jubiabá
Jubiabá film.jpg
Brazilian theatrical poster
Directed byNelson Pereira dos Santos
Produced byTininho Fonseca
Roberto Petti
Chico Drumond
Walter Schilke
José Oliosi
Written byJorge Amado
Nelson Pereira dos Santos
Henry Raillard
Ney Sant'Anna
Based onJubiabá
by Jorge Amado
StarringCharles Baiano
Françoise Goussard
Grande Otelo
Music byGilberto Gil
CinematographyJosé Medeiros
Edited byYvon Lemier
Ynes Charoy
Catherine Gabrielidis
Sylvie Lhermemier
Alain Fresnot
Production
company
Regina Filmes
Societé Française de Production
Distributed byEmbrafilme
Release date
Running time
100 minutes
CountryBrazil
French
LanguagePortuguese

Jubiabá (French: Bahia de tous les saints) is a 1986 Brazilian-French romantic drama film directed by Nelson Pereira dos Santos.[2] Based on the novel of the same name by Jorge Amado, it stars Charles Baiano and Françoise Goussard as two lovers.

Plot[edit]

The black orphan Balduíno (Charles Baiano) is adopted by the commendator Ferreira (Raymond Pellegrin), and falls in love with Ferreira's heiress, the white Lindinalva (Françoise Goussard). A day, he is kicked out of the Ferreira's house, becoming a famous malandro in Bahia streets. Even away from Lindinalva, their love is blessed by the pai-de-santo Jubiabá (Grande Otelo).

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jubiabá" (in Portuguese). Cinemateca Brasileira. Retrieved June 1, 2014.
  2. ^ "Jubiabá (1986)". British Film Institute. Retrieved June 1, 2014.

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