Today at BFI “South American Renaissance”: Central Station (Trailer)

03/08/2010 at 10:30 am Leave a comment

Central Station

A retired teacher reluctantly helps a young boy travel through Brazil in search of his father.

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Fernanda Montenegro was Oscar-nominated for her performance as the cynical, cheating Dora, a retired teacher who reluctantly helps a homeless boy search for the father he’s never known – and rediscovers her humanity in the process. Salles’ influential third feature is a deeply affecting road movie through which, as his odd couple travel from Rio into the Brazilian hinterland, the director explores a country shaken by years of adversity.
Director Walter Salles
Cast Fernanda Montenegro, Vinicius de Oliveira
Year 1998
Running time 110min
Certificate 15


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