Chatô: The King of Brazil

Movie, 2015, 105 minutes
Chatô: The King of Brazil
The romanticized life of media mogul Assis Chateaubriand depicts him as the star of a televised trial, where his passions and achievements are judged.
The movie Chatô: The King of Brazil was released in 2015 and lasts 105 minutes. Not rated. This film has not been rated. This movie is Quirky.
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Score: 6.2 of the 10

The film tells the facts of life of the mogul of communications, Assis Chateaubriand (Marco Ricca), one of those responsible for bringing TV to Brazil. The screenplay based on the homonymous work of Fernando Morais. "Chatô" brings a romanticized version of the life of Assis Chateaubriand, founder of the Associated Journals (Diarios Associados), the largest network of radio stations and newspapers in Latin America. The life of Chateaubriand is analyzed from a stroke, which makes dream about old times and facts. The film went into production in 1995 and was interrupted in 1999 by problems with the rendering of accounts with Director of the Brazilian government, on suspicion of misuse of government funds for the cinema and culture. The film was completed in 2015. It was to be one of the greatest films ever produced in Brazil, taking advantage of the phase of resumption of film productions in the country.

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Audio: Brazilian Portuguese
Subtitles: French;Brazilian Portuguese;English;Traditional Chinese;Spanish

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