The end of the III Festival of Popular Brazilian Music on TV Record on October 21, 1967, promised to be memorable. In the running for the main awards were Chico Buarque, Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil with Os Mutantes, Roberto Carlos, Edu Lobo, and Sergio Ricardo - who famously broke his guitar on stage after boos for "Beto Bom de Bola." Restoring footage of performances of songs like "Roda Viva," "Alegria Alegria," and "Domingo no Parque," the film registers the explosion of Tropicalism, the radicalization of artistic and political fractures in the middle of the military dictatorship, and the consecration of names that are idols to this day in the Brazilian music scene. This film is an insight of an effervescent time and the quality of the generation that led it.
S: RENATO TERRA, RICARDO CALIL | C: JACQUES CHEUICHE | Ca: JACQUES CHEUICHE | SM: VALÉRIA FERRO | S: dolby on | E: JORDANA BERG | M: - | SE: DENILSON CAMPOS | P: BETH ACCIOLY | EP: MAURICIO ANDRADE RAMOS, JOÃO MOREIRA SALLES | PC: VIDEOFILMES |
LAURA LIUZZI / CAROLINA BENEVIDES
S: Script - A: Animation - C: Cinematographer - Ca: Camera - SM: Sound Mixer - S: Sound - E: Editing - M: Music - SE: Sound Editor - P: Producer - EP: Executive Producer - PC: Production Company