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The Moving Forest (2015)

A Floresta Que Se Move (original title)
Based on William Shakespeare's "Macbeth". Elias is a successful executive who works in the second largest private bank in Brazil. One day, Elias meets a mysterious woman who claims to be ... See full summary »

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Vinicius Coimbra
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Credited cast:
Bruno Aldecosea Bruno Aldecosea
Fernando Alves Pinto Fernando Alves Pinto ... Pedro
Ângelo Antônio Ângelo Antônio ... César
Ana Paula Arósio ... Clara
Gabriel Braga Nunes Gabriel Braga Nunes ... Elias
Tatsu Carvalho ... Tadeu
Diego Cowks Diego Cowks ... Assasino
Juliana Carneiro da Cunha Juliana Carneiro da Cunha
Rui Ricardo Diaz ... Delegado Borges
Miriam Freeland Miriam Freeland ... Lúcia
Germano Melo Germano Melo
Sávio Moll Sávio Moll
Virginia Méndez Virginia Méndez
Emiliano Queiroz
Regina Remencius Regina Remencius
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Based on William Shakespeare's "Macbeth". Elias is a successful executive who works in the second largest private bank in Brazil. One day, Elias meets a mysterious woman who claims to be able to predict his future and says he will become vice president that day and the next day, he will become president of the Bank. The wheel of fortune is bound activated and a series of murders is committed by Elias and his wife Clara, leaving a trail of blood on his way to power and making them executioners and victims of their own destinies. Written by heldergfernandes

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One of two Macbeth adaptations to be released in 2015. The other is Macbeth (2015). See more »

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Version of Shakespeare: The Animated Tales: Twelfth Night (1992) See more »

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8 April 2016 | by selena-71096See all my reviews

I don't know how to come up with 10 lines about this movie, but will try my best. I watched it on pirate site that shows the latest movies before they even released officially. There is noting to write about it other than it is SO BAD. The story seems to be written by an 11 year old kid who is into crime novels. The absurdity of the story is beyond belief. Sometime meaning and understanding of a film is lost in translation, however this is not that kid of film. Now the acting. saying it is bad would not describe it accurately. It is dismal. All actors seem to be frozen in time unable to convey any emotions. The only positive about this film is the natural beauty of the actress Ana Paula Arósio. She is stunning. So male audience might find this as a reason to watch it. The contemporary design of the buildings and its interiors might catch your attention as well. Just one fragment of the movie I found interesting was when a crime investigator was sitting in a the abandoned car and looking in the back view mirror to arrive to a not a very obvious discovery.


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Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

5 November 2015 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

El Bosque que Se Mueve See more »

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