Peacetime (film)

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Peacetime
Peacetime film poster.jpg
Directed by Daniel Filho
Produced by Daniel Filho
Written by Bosco Brasil
Starring Tony Ramos
Dan Stulbach
Ailton Graça
Daniel Filho
Cinematography Tuca Moraes
Edited by Diana Vasconcellos
Production
company
Globo Filmes
Lereby Productions
Distributed by Downtown Filmes
Europa Filmes
Release date
  • August 14, 2009 (2009-08-14)
Running time
80 minutes
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese

Peacetime (Portuguese: Tempos de Paz) is a 2009 Brazilian drama film, directed by Daniel Filho. The film is based on the play Novas Diretrizes em Tempos de Paz, written by Bosco Brasil.

Plot[edit]

Segismundo (Tony Ramos) is a former political police officer of Getúlio Vargas' government, who used to torture prisoners. In April 1945, he is the chief of the Immigration Office in Rio de Janeiro and, therefore, is in charge of preventing the entry of Nazis. Then, the Polish Clausewitz (Dan Stulbach) must convince him that he is a victim in order to gain access to the country.[1]

Peacetime is a film that turns a very complex issue (i.e. immigration) into a simple story of a day that changes the lives of two men.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Forlani, Marcelo (13 August 2009). "Comentario: Tempos de paz". Omelete (in Portuguese). Universo Online. Retrieved 8 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Robins, Jessica (31 August 2010). "Times of Peace (Tempos de Paz) review". Sounds and Colours. Retrieved 8 December 2012. 

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