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MARIGHELLA – INTERNACIONAL INDEPENDENT CRITICS

19.02.2019

O filme “Marighella”, do diretor Wagner Moura, recebeu em Berlim o prêmio “11º Giuseppe Becce” de melhor filme, oferecido pelos Críticos Internacionais Independentes presentes no Festival de Berlim 2019.

O prêmio “The Becce Prize” criado em homenagem ao compositor italiano Giuseppe Becce, que introduziu o conceito de trilha musical no cinema alemão, foi concedido ao longa “Marighella”, dirigido por Wagner Moura.

O diploma oficial justifica que” Marighella” é “um filme que navega contra a maré, prestando honra em uma escala épica para um lutador pela liberdadeUm primeiro filme repleto de dignidade e habilidade cinematográfica.”

“A thrilling, emotionally fraught and piercingly relevant film”
– THE UPCOMING

“Punchy as all hell”
“An urgent film in its commitment and cinematic intensity, and it could hardly be more timely.”
“Marighella`s thriller intensity, and a compelling lead by singer-actor Seu Jorge, will supply international art-house clout. […], this is the directing debut of Moura”
– SCRENN INTERNATIONAL

“Marighella is vibrant, full os action […] filmed with brio, with nuanced characters”
– EL PAIS

“Strong performances and dynamic action sequences, Marighella is gripping and technically slick.”
“An impressively meaty, mature star turn from Brazilian screen and music icon Seu Jorge.”
“An exciting and Highly assured debut, with a terrific ensemble cast at its heart.”
– THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“One out-of-competition blast […] Singer.actor Seu Jorge is intensely authoritative in the lead, Moura directs with vim and commitment, and Marighella comes across as a timely, impassioned call to arms as the Bolsonaro regime sets up shop.”
– THE GUARDIAN

“A solid debut that shows Moura has more to offer than just a face to camera.”
– EYE FOR FILM

“The makers of “marighella” hope their film will help counter a version of the country`s history that they see far-right Pesident Jair Bolsonaro as propagating.”
– THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Seu Jorge acting gives a calm intensity, but also humor, to Moura serious, mobing, at times brutal and thus infortunately very realistic movie about the Brazilian military dictatorship and the armed struggle against it. […] Marighella is Brazil most importante contribution to hte festival.”
– DIE WELT