Cineclub Brazil announces January’s second film


Cineclub Brazil, organised by the Embassy of Brazil in London, is promoting its second screening of January.

The film My Sweet Orange Tree is a reinterpretation of a classic of Brazilian children’s literature, popular among generations of Brazilian children. Directed by Marcos Bernstein, the film sees the bright and imaginative side of a tough life, looking into how children think about death.

The story is based on the hard, poor life of Zezé, a bad boy who often escapes into his own imagination to find a way out from his problems. He finds friendship with Minguinho, an orange tree who he chats to and plays with. The script is quite poetic, as Zezé daydreams of a world in which he can find happiness.



What: Cineclub Brazil – My Sweet Orange Tree

When: 25 January, 6:30pm

Where: Embassy of Brazil in London – 14-16 Cockspur Street, London SW1Y 5BL



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