The Greatest Love of All (film)
|The Greatest Love of All|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Carlos Diegues|
|Produced by||Renata Almeida Magalhães|
|Written by||Carlos Diegues|
|Music by||Chico Buarque de Hollanda
Guto Graça Mello
|Edited by||Quito Ribeiro|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures
Columbia TriStar Filmes do Brasil
The Greatest Love of All (Portuguese: O Maior Amor do Mundo; also known as The Greatest Love in the World) is a 2006 Brazilian romantic drama film directed by Carlos Diegues. Filming took place in 60 locations in Rio de Janeiro.
The film follows Antônio (José Wilker), an astrophysicist who lived most of his life in the United States, as he returns to Brazil in demand for their origin and their biological parents. In Brazil, Antônio becomes aware he suffers from a serious illness, whilst he falls in love for Antônia (Taís Araújo), a suburb's girl.
- José Wilker as Antônio
- Max Fercondini as young Antônio
- Taís Araújo as Luciana
- Sérgio Britto as maestro
- Marco Ricca as young maestro
- Léa Garcia as Zezé
- Anna Sophia Folch as Girl
- Hugo Carvana as Salvador
- Clara Carvalho as Sônia
- Deborah Evelyn as Carolina
- Sérgio Malheiros as Mosca
- Sílvio Guindane as Dabé
- Erika Mader as Pit
It shared the Grand Prize of the Americas, the top prize at the 30th Montreal World Film Festival, with Eiji Okuda's A Long Walk. It also won the Young Europeans Jury Award of the 2006 Biarritz Film Festival, Best Music Award of the 28th Havana Film Festival, and Special Mention Award of the 24th Mar del Plata Film Festival.
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