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A vida de um jovem que trabalha como operador de fotocopiadora de uma papelaria. Lázaro Ramos, Leandra Leal, Luana Piovani, Pedro Cardoso. Dirigido por Jorge Furtado.
Though it has some nice moments, The Man Who Copied spins out of control by the second half and wears out its welcome.
The Man Who Copied unfolds into a movie with a split personality, and the second half is no reproduction of the first.
It takes a lot of wit and heart to make an engaging and ferociously funny movie out of a dull dead end job. But Brazilian director Jorge Furtado pulls it off nicely.
The tone shifts from a quiet little love story to a caper film, which doesn't exactly fit together but both halves of the movie are entertaining.
This Brazilian film starts as a quirky romantic comedy before suddenly becoming a violent crime drama. It's a radical turn, so much so that it almost goes over a cliff.
Ultimately produces a ragged facsimile of film noir clichés.
The script's shifts of tone are never smoothly melded, and the lethargic pacing drags the story out mercilessly.
Even after it loses its way, the movie suggests a world where anything can happen and no one -- certainly not the girl of one's dreams -- is quite who he or she seems to be.
has enough heart to make most hopeless romantics weep with joy.
The Brazilian romantic comedy careens down such an elaborately entertaining route that I hesitate to call it a romantic comedy. It's funny all the way, but romance doesn't enter the picture until the picture is almost over.
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