Boa Sorte, Meu Amor

Synopsis: While burying his family's past, Dirceu meets a musician called Maria, and a breath of renovation emerges from this encounter. But the soul of a restless artist always takes the old dirt road. 'Good luck, sweetheart' is an anti-romance between sound and silence.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Daniel Aragão
  5 wins & 2 nominations.
95 min

"Boa Sorte" (2015)

AKA "Good Luck"

The Brazilians

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57kg, I guess.




Do you usually

feel tremblings,

irritability, a knot

in your throat, nausea?

Do you worry about wars?


No, I don't.

Do you like arriving early

at parties?

Do you repeatedly do

the same things?

You need to learn

how to relax...


Welcome, John.


- Even in here you make his bed?

- He doesn't do it right.

These sheets are good...

I bought them when he

was little and still no holes.

- There's no power in here.

- Unacceptable, we'll complain.

We're paying too much

for him not to have electricity.

This is a good bed,

better than mine...

Ours is old.

Some fresh air.

Let's organize his closet.

No, let's go.

It's not that bad,

there's a good view, look.

I have to go, Ana.

"Sertraline hydrochloride."

"Recommended for: treatment

of depression symptoms,

including depression followed

by anxiety symptoms

for patients with or without

a maniac history;"

"Treatment of PTSD;"

"Treatment of social phobia

or social anxiety disorder."


What are you?

What do you mean?

Drug addict,


Drug addict.

Lucky me.

What's your drug?

Anxiety pills.

Which one?


Frontal is nice...

With vodka it's even better.

- I prefer Rivotril. Tried it?

- No.

- You only take pills?

- Yep.

I've tried everything.

Alfagin, Fluxerin...

All of those anxiety pills.

Let's make a list:

Valium, Lexotan, Vorax...

Weed, cocaine,

ecstasy, LSD, MDMA...

I injected myself...


- What now?

- Now I'm going to die.


Do you need more than that?

Are you sick?

HIV positive, Hep C, my liver

can't handle the meds anymore.

For a while, no one knew

if a virus was an organic being,

they thought it was a crystal.

Because a living being,

even the lamest one,

a bacteria, a fungus... It can

reproduce. But not a virus.

A virus needs

another living being's DNA.

It's an alien. An invader.

Probably came to this planet

on a meteorite.

Viruses don't know I exist,

I'm only food for them.

That's why I'm going to die.

How long

do you still have to live?

I don't know.

What about you?

I don't know.

Want some?

What's that?

- Diazefest.

- What's that?

It's like Diazepan,

you let it dissolve

under your tongue. Want it?

How did you get this?

- Marcos.

- Who?

The nurse.

Why did he get you this?

We have a deal.

Although a bottle of wine

and a joint would be nice.

Nothing better than Diazepan

with a joint and good wine.

5 o'clock!

We have to go back in.

I can get you some Frontal.

Really? How?

It doesn't matter.

I can get it.

Come inside.

I want Frontal.

Frontal? Why the change?

I like trying new things.

Frontal's not for you.

You won't feel a thing.

It's not for me.

I don't want any trouble.

- Yes, you do...

- No, I don't want trouble.

Yes, you do...

You love it.

I'll see what I can do, OK?

You won't regret it.

Cream cheese.



What is it?

"Pick Your Cheese".

I got this from the library.

The author matches personalities

to types of cheese.

Some are like Cheddar,

Mozzarella, Provolone...

- It's a best-seller.

- Right...

If I compared people to cheese,

and said "Life's a cheese",

I bet they'd

change my medicine.

But this guy wrote

a book about it,

he gives lectures

and everyone likes it.

I love this.

Look at this beautiful day!

So beautiful!

Fresh air, tranquility...

The silence.


And a pharmacy full of drugs!

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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