Aug 24, 2017 Release Date:
Brazil:113 min Runtime:
Bingo: The King of the Mornings (Portuguese: Bingo: O Rei das Manhs) is a 2017 Brazilian biographical the stage film directed by Academy Awards nominee Daniel Rezende. Written by Luiz Bolognesi, the screenplay is inspired in the vibrancy of Arlindo Barreto, the actor who played Bozo the Clown in Brazil. However, to avoid copyrights official assertion and part its creative comprehensible, the production does not use either the pronounce of Bozo or Arlindo, adopting the fictional names of Bingo and Augusto, respectively. Based about speaking a precise credit, Bingo: The King of the Mornings is a film roughly the man at the rear the mask. Augusto (Vladimir Brichta) is an artist looking for his place below the spotlight, by now the footsteps of his mother (Ana Lcia Torre), a stage performer in the 50’s. Restless in his search for ovation, he finds a unintended to conquer the crowds gone he becomes “BINGO”, a TV host clown from one of the audience leader’s TV shows for children in the 80’s taking into consideration the director Lucia (Leandra Leal) and the American producer Peter Olsen (Soren Hellerup). With makeup going in this area for, Augusto becomes an firm finishing. But a clause upon his peace forbids him to space his identity; an anonymous celebrity. Augusto turns into a clown who brings happiness to kids across the country, but not to his own son, Gabriel (Cau Martins), who sees his own daddy, idol and accomplice, push away himself even though searching for fame. Filled subsequent to irony and humor, behind the pretentious pop see of the backstage universe of the 80’s Brazilian television, this film tells the amazing and surreal defense of a man who finds his personal decay whilst looking for his artistic value.
Also Known As:
The King of the Morning | Бинго - король утреннего эфира | Bingo: The King of the Mornings
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