Lambada (Brazilian film)

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Lambada a.k.a. Rhythm and Passion is a co-production between Brazil and Italy from 1990.


Michael (Andrew J. Forest) is a young, handsome video director from the United States, in Brazil to shoot a video for the beautiful rock singer Annabelle Lewis (Mary Sellers).

Michael falls in love with the very sexy Regina (Via Negromonte) seen on the street and spotted again at a seedy, underground club where the lambada electrifies the audience.

Annabelle becomes infatuated with Temistocles (Carlinhos de Jesus), a gambler, a ruthless killer, as well as an expert lambada dancer.