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The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (O ano em que meus pais saíram de férias)

Rating:PG (for thematic material, mild language, brief suggestive content, some violence and smoking)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:February 15, 2008
Running time:110 minutes
Cast:Michel Joelsas, Germano Haiut, Paulo Autran, Daniela Piepszyk, Simone Spoladore
Director:Cao Hamburger
Producer:Caio Gullane
Writer:Cao Hamburger, Claudio Galperin
Distributor:City Lights Pictures

Description: In 1970, Brazil and the world seem to have been turned upside-down, but 12 year-old Mauro's worries have nothing to do with the military regime which controls the country. His biggest dream is to see Brazil become three-time winner of the World Cup. Suddenly, he is torn from his parents and taken to live in a "strange" and fun-filled community. Bom Retiro, a district in Sao Paolo which is home to a large Jewish and Italian community, among other cultures.

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