Garrincha: Lonely Star Trailer

Garrincha: Lonely Star Trailer (2003)

08 July 2003 Drama, Action, History 106 mins

The life of Brazilian soccer player, Garrincha, considered to be one of the greatest players of all time, with his uniquely original style. He had arched legs, a passion for women and booze. Also had a much talked extramarital affair with singer Elza Soares and died in relative decadence. The movie focuses on his zenith, from 1953 until the World Championship and the Rio Regional Championship, in 1962.

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Cast

André Gonçalves

as Garrincha

Taís Araújo

as Elza Soares

Ana Couto

as Iraci

Romeu Evaristo

as Suingue

Tatiana Merino

as Angelita Martinez

Marília Pêra

as Vanderléia

International Titles

Garrincha: Estrela Solitária Trailer

International Releases Dates

Brazil 08 July 2003

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