Madame Satã (2002) Karim Aïnouz, Lázaro Ramos, Marcelia Cartaxo, Flavio Bauraqui, Biography, Crime, Drama

Madame Sata (2002)
A story inspired by the life of one of the most remarkable figures in Brazilian popular culture, João Francisco dos Santos (1900-1976). In turn, bandit, transvestite, street fighter, brothel cook, convict and father to seven adopted children, dos Santos–better known as Madame Satã–was also a notorious gay performer who pushed social boundaries in a volatile time. The story begins in 1932, in Rio de Janeiro’s bohemian Lapa district, when João Francisco is about to achieve his dream: becoming a stage star. In the sordid yet lively world of Lapa–populated by pimps, prostitutes and other denizens of Rio’s underworld–João battles the streets and presides over a surrogate family that includes the charming prostitute Laurita, and her baby daughter whom everyone dotes on; the flamboyant hustler Taboo; João’s teenage lover, Renatinho; and Amador, the owner of the Blue Danube club which is their second home. It is at the Blue Danube that street tough João begins to sing, and the mythic drag…

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Portuguese | DVDRip | AVI | DivX, 763 Kbps | 512×320 | 23.000 fps | 737 MB
Audio: MP3, 256 Kbps | 2 channels | 44.1 KHz | Runtime: 01:39:56 minutes | Subtitles: English, Spanish (srt)
Genre: Biography, Crime, Drama

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