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O Auto da Compadecida by Ariano Suassuna (3 star ratings)

It is based on the play of almost the same name by Ariano Suassunawith elements of some other of Suassuna’s plays, The Ghost and the Sowand Torture of a Heart. Ismael Silveira rated it ato it May 06, Re-read this for an upcoming exam! I haven’t seen the subtitles, but it would be very hard to translate and keep the comedy intact, suxssuna it is worth seeing it.

Gabriela Esposito rated it liked it Oct 22, In spite of plot variations, the film is extremely faithful to the comic spirit and moral ethos of its literary source, and remains a classic of Brazilian cinema with a faithful audience in the region where it is set—an audience that knows every line, every jape and every twist of the busy plot.

Isabela Bossei rated it liked it Oct 29, CS1 Portuguese-language sources pt Articles containing Portuguese-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February I think this book is good critics to the government and church here in Brazil, so I liked the book for that, but I personally didn’t like that it was written in a play, it’s not a way that I enjoyed reading, but I still recommend the book if you are a fan of a good ironic book.


Fernanda Montenegro does a great job as the “Compadecida”, although she doesn’t play a leading role. Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Oscar-nominated Fernanda Montenegro has a cameo appearance as Suqssuna, the same role she played over 30 years ago in the theater.

This page was last edited on 1 Juneat Retrieved March 5, Overall this great show broke ratings records in Brazil and in other countries where it also aired, appealing to all publics and social classes. Lidyanne Aquino rated it liked it Dec 12, By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Vinicius Miranda rated it liked it Oct 30, To see what your friends thought of comladecida book, please sign up. This is surely one of the best brazilian productions ever. Every actor is the right choice for the role.

Books by Ariano Suassuna. Rodrigo rated it liked it Mar 06, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Matheus Loureiro rated it liked it Jan 31, Trivia About Auto da Compadecida.

It’s a movie that, at the same time, is a comedy and a drama. He is also an important regional writer doing various novels set in the Northeast of Brazil. He received an honorary doctorate at a ceremony performed at a circus. When the exoneration of the desperate bandit Severino is delivered by Jesus at suassuan behest of his Holy Mother, a series of black-and-white stills of rural poverty in the Nordeste Brazil are screened, giving the whole a sense of social feet-on-ground which belies its comic brio.

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The adventures of two friends in a small town in Brazil. Return to Book Page.

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A drama of epic proportions with very good humor SMarti-3 8 July This is one of the best, if not the best, mini-series from Brazil. To ask other readers questions about O Auto da Compadecidaplease sign up. A Dog’s Will Ariaano release poster. Quotes from Auto da Compadecida. Francine rated it liked it Aug 12, In hilarious situations Selto Mello and Matheus Natchergaelle reveal themselves to be promising young actors of their generation with great performances. Sign in to vote.

It deserves to be better known worldwide if only for the performances without exception but requires, to some extent, a specifically Brazilian sense of context for its sympathetic appreciation. There the fate of the main characters is mercifully arbitrated by in a court-room contest between Satan and a black Jesus, with the Virgin Mary Fernanda Montenegro interceding as the Virgin in keeping coompadecida her prayer-book promise.

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