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Wednesday, 6 May 2009



This week Brasilia is all about Europe. People who live in the capital of the country will be able to experience a little bit of Europe without all the hassle that travelling involves. Among a multitude of cultural events in SEMANA DA EUROPA, there will be a Film Festival that will portray films from many countries and languages. One of the films is Calendar Girls.(rated pg 12)
Based on a true story, eleven middle-aged English women pose nude for their annual Women's Institute calendar as a fund-raiser for the local hospital. Chris (Helen Mirren) gets the idea to raise money for the hospital after Annie's (Julie Walters) husband dies of leukemia. The calendar is a little different in that each woman is posing behind a different task that the Women's Institute teaches their members, such as making bread rolls, knitting, planting flowers, and playing the piano. Before they know it, the calendar is a big hit in England with tremendous sales. Eventually, they are flown to American to be interviewed by Jay Leno. The calendar has made almost a million dollars for the local hospital.
Feel like watching it? If you live in Brasilia, invite your buddies and tell them that they won´t have to touch their wallet for great entertainment and catch a movie at the National Museum…but if you can´t make it to the festival, it is definitely worth renting. Grab your popcorn and have a good film!

Posted by Giselle Santos
Source: The internet movie data base


Giselle Fleury said...

The film on the video is simply AWESOME!!! Totally recommend it as well!!! Take the opportunity and go see it this week!

Giselle Fleury, Barra 1, RJ

Giselle said...

I agree Giselle. I really like it too...it is also a reminder that when you have friends you have everything. Cheers!

Giselle Santos, Asa Sul

Simone Corrêa said...

Simply fantastic!
The scene they start picking up the months must be awesome!
For sure I'll see this one!


Simone Corrêa, Águas Claras, DF

Aurélio Araújo said...

I simply love this film for its sensibility and sensitivity. Considering the fact that those women were brave enough to face (and why not to change?) the concepts and standards set by the beauty institutes, I would say they were more than just brave, they were visioners.
Hummmm I guess I'll grab some popcorn, play the couch potato guy and watch this film for the 7th time.

Aurélio Araújo
Teacher: Goiânia SUL