Magazine article Screen International

Brazilian Festival Favourite 'Good Manners' Sells to France, Japan (Exclusive)

Magazine article Screen International

Brazilian Festival Favourite 'Good Manners' Sells to France, Japan (Exclusive)

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Fantasy horror racks up first deals.

Paris-based Urban Distribution International (UDI) has unveiled the first sales on Brazilian directorial duo Marco Dutra and Juliana Rojas’s gory child werewolf tale Good Manners.

Good Manners

The film has sold to France (Jour2Fete), Germany (Salzgeber & Co.), Japan (King Record), South Korea (Entermode), Portugal (Alambique) and Imovision will release the feature in Brazil.

UDI’s head of sales Delphyne Besse reports that negotiations are also underway in the UK and North America.

Good Manners revolves around two women, from either side of Brazil’s social divide, who are drawn together by the birth of an unusual child.

Clara is a down-on-her-luck woman from the outskirts of Sao Paulo, who takes on a job as the nanny to pay her rent, while Ana is her highly-strung, wealthy employer with a mysterious past and strange pregnancy. …

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