Limit (movie)

Limit ( Brazilian Portuguese: [lĩmitʃi] , meaning “Limit” or “Border”) is a film by Brazilian director and writer Mário Peixoto (1908-92), filmed in 1930 and first screened in 1931 .

Cited by some as the greatest of all Brazilian films, [1] this 120-minute silent experimental feature by novelist and poet Peixoto, who never completed another film, was seen by Orson Welles and won the admiration of many, from Sergei Eisenstein to Georges Sadoul to Walter Salles . In 2015 it was voted number 1 on the Abraccine Top 100 Brazilian films list.

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