If it’s hard for us to face any chill in Brazil, can you imagine how those two will deal with the snow in the USA? From the official trailer of Diários de Intercâmbio ( English Title: The Secret Diary of An Exchange Student), a new Brazilian movie on Netflix, you can already see how much the actresses Larissa Manoela e Thati Lopes had fun shooting the funny adventures of their characters Bárbara and Thaila. The comedy releases on August 18th worldwide.
The movie tells the story of the two best friends who decide to go on an exchange program hoping it will solve all their problems. What they didn’t expect is that in the freezing mountains of upstate New York, they would find themselves in hilarious situations and discover that there is more in their dreams than they can imagine.
With production by Ananã Produções, the movie is directed by Bruno Garotti, written by Sylvio Gonçalves and has Emanuelle Araújo and Bruno Montaleone in the cast.
The Secret Diary Of An Exchange Student Made in Brazil
Diários de Intercâmbio was announced by Netflix last Tuesday (July 13) among other national productions that will be released this year. From July to December, original and unprecedented Brazilian content will be launched every month, with exclusivity, at the streaming service – fictional and documentary series, movies, and reality shows: the best Brazilian stories in different genres and formats, to different tastes and moods.
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About Ananã Produções
Ananã Produções is a Rio production company, founded in 1996 by Julio Uchôa, whose main films include the titles Sem Controle (2007); Show de Bola (2008), co-production Germany-Brazil; Chico Xavier (2010), executive production; SOS. Women at Sea (2014); SOS. Women at Sea 2 (2015); I Stay Loko (2017); Soundtrack (2017); Riches of Love (2020) and Venice (2020). Ananã also participated (production service) in the filming in Brazil for the feature film Capitão América: Guerra Civil
(2016). In addition to the films for cinema, he was the executive producer of the series As Cariocas (2010) and As Brasileiras (2012), on TV Globo.
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