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Exposure (30-Oct-1991)

Original Title: A Grande Arte

Director: Walter Salles

Writer: Rubem Fonseca

From novel: High Art by Rubem Fonseca

Original Music: Jürgen Knieper; Todd Boekelheide

Producer: Alberto Flaksman

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Peter Coyote
Actor
10-Oct-1942   Dennis Ryland on The 4400
Amanda Pays
Actor
6-Jun-1959   Theora Jones on Max Headroom

CAST

Peter Coyote   ...   Peter Mandrake
Tcheky Karyo   ...   Hermes
Amanda Pays   ...   Marie
Raul Cortez   ...   Lima Prado
Giulia Gam   ...   Gisela
Tonico Pereira   ...   Rafael
Cassia Kiss   ...   Mercedes
Miguel Angel Fuentes   ...   Camilo Fuentes
Eduardo Conde   ...   Roberto Mitry
Rene Ruiz   ...   José Zakkai (Iron Nose)
and
Paulo José   ...  
Iza Do Eirado   ...   Zélia
Tony Tornado   ...   Iron Nose's Bodyguard
Eduardo Waddington   ...   Knife Dealer
Alvaro Freire   ...   Eviládio (Mitry's Butler)
Maria Alves   ...   Hotel Attendant
Petê Marchetti   ...   Singer at Lesbos Nightclub
Katia Bronstein   ...   Woman in Rio Hotel
Conny Renny   ...   Lima Prado's Secretary
Silvia De Carvalho   ...   Couple Fighting
Don Marco Maguila   ...   Couple Fighting
Maria Gladys   ...   Woman Under Billboards
Roberto Lee   ...   Man Fighting with Hermes
Vanessa França   ...   Girl at Bar
Henrique Vasconcellos   ...   Policeman
Special Appearances by
Mauro Mendonça   ...   Special Appearance
Beth Prado   ...   Special Appearance

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