Synopsis: 'Latitudes', a modern love story shot in 8 different countries, tells the story of Olivia (Alice Braga) and Jose (Daniel de Oliveira), two travellers who have one-night stands in legendary hotels every time they meet accidentally as they wander around the world on business trips. At first an idealised, secretive relationship by two jet-setters, the story becomes one of how to cope with all the real life challenges waiting for the two outside the hotel room.
Genre: Drama, Romance
85 min

"Latitudes" (2014)

Previously an 8-episode

web series compiled into a movie

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The Brazilians







Yes, I told you that.

No, I told you

what happened.

But you paid for it, right?



No, of course...

Ok, but...


Me too.

Kisses. Bye.




Did we drink all

of the water yesterday?

We drank everything.

I didn't drink this.

Yes, I did.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

Why didn't you wake me up?

I thought

it was best not to.

I slept like a rock,

didn't I?

You were in a coma.

What did you do to me?

I'm really late...

Have you ever woken up

in the middle of the night

with that feeling that you're

not exactly sure where you are?

You woke up

in the middle of the night?

I only really fell asleep after

the sun was already coming up.

What were you doing

while I was sleeping?

- I tried waking you up, but...

- But what?

I think you drank

a bit too much...

- I didn't drink that much.

- At least it's what you said.

- I say that to not seem feisty.

- So it's better to seem drunk?


Get dressed.

Let's see if you can

put them on as fast

as you take them off.

Speaking of which...

I'm late.


What's wrong?

Now we won't have to worry about

how we'll say goodbye.

- If it'll be a kiss, a hug...

- Yeah, sure.

You always think

about everything, don't you?

Pick it up.

- It could be someone...

- It is someone.

- Someone who?

- The receptionist.

I asked her to call

and help me wake you up.

You didn't do that.

That's too low.

Of course I didn't.

Who do you think I am?

- Bye, love.

- Calm down, Olivia.

Wow, you remember my name?

I looked on your passport

while you were asleep.

I didn't need all that

to remember yours.


But then again,

Jose is an easy name.

Where are the keys

to my room?

Are you staying here?

Why do you think

I gave you a ride?

It wasn't an excuse?

No. I'm a gentleman. I gave you

a ride because you were drunk.

I already said I wasn't.

I didn't want to seem feisty.

And a gentleman would never take

advantage of a drunken woman.

No. That's true.

Only of the feisty ones.

I have to go. Really.

And still you keep on

talking, and talking...

Three more minutes...

Three minutes and we'll

finish this conversation.

We won't see each other again.

What difference does it make?

We saw each other

many times today.

And you're

the kind of person

who looks like

you could be late.

I read one of your columns,

on the airplane,

it was very interesting,

something very elaborate...

That the new purple would be

orange, something like that.

"Yellow is the new black."

That's it,

yellow is the new black.

Just a... Hey, Fred.

Bring the equipment.

That's fine.

I'll be there in a bit.

Now you're the one

who has to leave.

What else did you read?

That you are committed and,

even though you don't see

a problem

with one-night stands,

that's not the kind of risk

you would take twice.

Not with the same person.

- Was that all written there?

- No, that's my interpretation.

- Was that too harsh?

- No, but your time is up.

- You were going to reply...

- I had a great comeback, but...

you said too much

and used up all your time.

That always happens to me.

- When do you leave?

- This afternoon.

- I lost your magazine.

- That's fine.

I'll buy a new one

this afternoon.

You are such

a well-known photographer.

How come we never

worked together?

I don't... I don't

shoot fashion, you know?

But don't be offended,

please. It's not personal.

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