Brasileirinho (2005)

Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating N/A
Runtime N/A
Genres Foreign, Documentary, Music
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Bruno Stroppiana Producer n/a 3 3000001
Mika Kaurismäki Producer n/a 3 3000002
Mika Kaurismäki Director n/a 2 2000001
Guinga Actor n/a 1 1000015
Zeze Gonzaga Actor n/a 1 1000014
Marco Forster Producer n/a 3 3000003
Jacques Cheuiche Cinematographer n/a 402 6000001
Uwe Dresch Sound Designer n/a 120915 14000002
Carlos De Andrade Rerecording Music Recording/Pre-Mix 120995 14000001
Marcello Goncalves Music Music Director 120781 8000001
Karen Harley Editor n/a 172 7000001
Marcos Suzano Actor n/a 1 1000013
Joel Nascimento Actor n/a 1 1000012
Yamandu Costa Actor n/a 1 1000005
Ronaldo Souza Actor n/a 1 1000004
Rolando Do Bandolim Actor n/a 1 1000003
Ze Paulo Becker Actor n/a 1 1000002
Elza Soares Actor n/a 1 1000006
Teresa Cristina Actor n/a 1 1000007
Silverio Pontes Actor n/a 1 1000011
Ze De Velha Actor n/a 1 1000010
Paulo Moura Actor n/a 1 1000009
Pedro Miranda Actor n/a 1 1000008
Marcello Goncalves Actor n/a 1 1000001
Documentary about Choro, also known as Brazilian jazz. The first genuinely Brazilian urban music, Choro is credited as being the first musical expression of Brazil's melting pot and had a prominent place in the development of Brazil's cultural identity. In late 19th century Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian musicians started to blend European melodies, Afro-Brazilian rhythms and the melancholic interpretation of the Brazilian Indians' music to create Choro. Choro remained a major popular music style until the 1920s, leading directly into Samba and later to Bossa Nova.