“Parasite” won the most awards with five, including Best Picture for the Latino Entertainment Journalists’ 2019 Latino Entertainment Film Awards.
The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao (A VIDA INVISÍVEL DE EURÍDICE GUSMÃO)(2019)
NAME OF FILM: THE INVISIBLE LIFE OF EURIDICE GUSMAO (A VIDA INVISÍVEL DE EURÍDICE GUSMÃO)
DIRECTOR(S): Karim Aïnouz
STARRING: Fernanda Montenegro, Carol Duarte, Gregório Duvivier
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Rio de Janeiro in the 1940s, the life of Guida and Euridice Gusmão, raised to be invisible in the eyes of the Brazilian society of that time, like all the other women of that generation.
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