Cazuza: O Tempo Não Pára (2004)

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Cazuza: O Tempo Não Pára: Directed by Walter Carvalho, Sandra Werneck. With Daniel de Oliveira, Marieta Severo, Reginaldo Faria, Andrea Beltrão. The life and times of Cazuza, Brazilian singer/poet/enfant terrible, from his start with rock group “Barão Vermelho

“Cazuza was the lead singer of Barao Vermelho, a Brazilian rock nu0026#39;roll band, back in the early 80s. Their songs were distinguished by the creative work of Frejat, the guitar player. But it was Cazuzau0026#39;s strong, sexual, acid and ironic lyrics and attitude who made of him u0026quot;the best poet of his generationu0026quot; – according to Caetano Veloso. He followed a solo career during the second half of that decade, and died out of AIDS in 1990, aged 32.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe movie covers from his early 20s, the first rehearsals with Barao Vermelho, until his death. The apex of Barao at the first Rock in Rio, and the drama of discovering the disease. Expect a lot of sex, drugs and high quality 80s Brazilian rock nu0026#39;roll.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDaniel Oliveira incorporates Cazuza in a way only seen before in the Jim Morrison/Val Kilmer possession during the shooting of The Doors. An special attention to the role of Lucinha, Cazuzau0026#39;s mother (and writer of the book upon which the movie was based), played here by the all-talented Marietta Severo.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAlthough one can notice some lack of resources in one or other scene – esp.the ones in stage – the story of the bisexual genius in his road to excess is told in the most wholehearted way.”


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