Fifth about The Seventh

Boa Sorte

Boa SorteBoa Sorte: Carolina Jabor tells a story that is neither new nor interestingly told (for better or worse, any examination of mental institutions is mostly avoided); furthermore, the story feels overstretched, with many scenes that neither advance the plot nor enrich the underdeveloped characters (or the mood, for that matter). Acting is uneven; Fernanda Montenegro, in her few scenes, is typically great, but the central pair (Deborah Secco and João Pedro Zappa) is uninteresting at best.

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