Jorge Amado no Cinema Trailer

Jorge Amado no Cinema Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 37 mins

Jorjamado no Cinema foi feito para um programa de televisão consagrado ao escritor Jorge Amado. Nesse documentário, Jorge Amado é filmado em sua casa, rodeado por sua numerosa família; numa livraria, durante uma sessão de autógrafos de um de seus livros, em um cinema em Salvador, na avant-première do filme Tenda dos Milagres, de Nelson Pereira dos Santos, adaptação do livro homônimo de Jorge Amado. Glauber filma seu amigo com muito humor e carinho. A câmera vai evoluindo lentamente, sem cessar e com rapidez sobre o escritor, seus familiares, atores e atrizes do filme de Nelson, além de passar por objetos de rituais de candomblé que constituem o museu de Jorge Amado.

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Brazil 01 January 1979

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