Globo shows the national drama Boa Sorte in Corujão at dawn on Tuesday (23), at 2h50 (Brasília time). Launched in 2014, the film tells the story of João (João Pedro Zappa), a young man who suffers from various problems. The adolescent’s parents decide to admit him to a psychiatric clinic. There, he meets Judite (Deborah Secco), with whom he falls in love.
The boy has behavioral problems and is then diagnosed with depression. At the clinic, Judite is an HIV positive patient and is in a terminal phase. The two engage in a romance, but know that soon they will no longer be able to be together.
The cast also includes Fernanda Montenegro, Pablo Sanábio, Felipe Camargo and Cássia Kiss. The production is directed by Carolina Jabor.
Watch the trailer for Boa Sorte:
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