Written by: Vitoria Kriegler
Based on the original movie of 1966 Todas as Mulheres do Mundo, by Daniel de Oliveira, the series All Women in the World (2020) directed by Jorge Furtado tells the same rom-com story, now in the presents days with a little change in the plot.
In this version, we accompany Paulo (Emilio Dantas), an architect aspiring to be poet, who loves to live the passionate side of life as a reckless bon vivant, although be a very charismatic guy, in one of your parties when his gaze crosses with Maria Alice (Sophie Charlotte) gaze’s, a ballet teacher recently a bride, Paulo invests himself in attempts of rob Maria Alice from her fiance and take her as yours, trying of every way in making her fall for him.
Not saving efforts or shame in to insist on a compromised woman, once convinced he is her soul mate.
When Paulo it’s corresponded by Maria Alice and untie her engagement, the first episode of the series shows us the relationship of their both as a true honeymoon, focusing on the dynamic and letting to the watcher that the love of they is true, as the feelings for each other, however, happiness can’t be eternal and Paulo and Maria Alice one day comes to an end.
— To be continued in our June 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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