Brasil Animado facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBrasil: the Dog Adventure
|Directed by||Mariana Caltabiano|
|Produced by||Mariana Caltabano|
|Written by||Mariana Caltabiano
Daiane dos Santos
|Music by||Henry Jackman|
|Editing by||Iohn Yadoya|
|Distributed by||Imagem Filmes (Brazil) Scope (USA and International prints)|
|Release date(s)||January 21, 2011 (Brazil)
March 13, 2010 (United States)
|Running time||78 minutes|
|Budget||R$3 million ($1,355,931)|
|Money made||R$1,014,270 ($458,427)|
Brasil: the Dog Adventure (Brasil Animado) is a 2011 Brazilian animated comedy film directed by Mariana Caltabiano. The film is based on As Aventuras de Gui & Estopa, an animated cartoon created by Caltabiano.
The movie combines the use of live action and traditional animation, a technique used in films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Space Jam. This is the first Brazilian movie completely produced with 3D technology.
A couple of dogs called Stress and Relax leave in search for the Cariniana legalis, the oldest tree of Brazil. They are not sure what city the tree is. While Relax thinks only about having fun and get to know the culture of different parts of Brazil, Stress becomes increasingly eager to find the tree as he hopes to get rich selling souvenirs of it.
- Eduardo Jardim
- Fernando Meirelles
- Daiane dos Santos
- Ariel Wollinger
- Mariana Caltabiano
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