S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar 2

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S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar 2
Directed by Cris D'Amato
Written by Sylvio Gonçalves
Bruno Garotti
Starring Giovanna Antonelli
Reynaldo Gianecchini
Thalita Carauta
Fabíula Nascimento
Felipe Roque
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Europa Filmes
Elo Company
Release date
  • October 22, 2015 (2015-10-22) (Brazil)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Brazil
Language Portuguese
Box office $5,169,793[1]

S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar 2 is a 2015 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Cris D'Amato and written by Sylvio Gonçalves and Bruno Garotti. It is a sequel of the 2014 film S.O.S. Mulheres ao Mar, starring Giovanna Antonelli, Thalita Carauta, Fabíula Nascimento, Reynaldo Gianecchini, Rhaisa Batista, Felipe Roque and Felipe Montanari.

The film was released in Brazilian cinemas on October 22, 2015.[2]

Plot[edit]

A year after they met, the writer Adriana (Giovanna Antonelli), now a successful writer, happily follows in her romance with André (Reynaldo Gianecchini), who is about to launch his newest fashion collection during a cruise Caribbean and will travel from the US to Mexico accompanied by Anitta (Rhaisa Batista), a top model desired by men. However, when she discovers that the beautiful ex-girlfriend of the stylist will accompany him in search of a reconciliation, Adriana summons her sister Luiza (Fabíula Nascimento) and Dialinda (Thalita Carauta) to take the first flight to Miami. The next day, Dialinda, who now works in the US, greets the sisters and takes them both to the city's port. An unexpected problem causes them to miss the ship's departure. Dialinda proposes that they drive to Mexico without knowing that she was sworn to death by the family of traffickers she worked for. In addition to the bad guys, Adriana and her friends are also followed by Roger (Felipe Montanari), a charming American FBI agent. It is the beginning of a new journey full of misunderstandings, by air, earth and finally sea, in which Adriana will prove, once again, that there are no borders for a woman in love.[2]

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