Os Imortais

Out of the few favorites in this competition, City of God and Os Imortais, despite both being fantastic films from down South America way (that’s a joke) remain underdogs in the overall competition. However, fans of drama and international cinema should rise up in defense of both of them. It’s a tough draw that they see each other in Round Two because one of them will be knocked out, but one will live on to face the big boys in the intensifying battle when only 8 films are left. Which one will it be?

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In the underdog match of the day, Ivory Coast and Portugal (two countries not known for the strength of number of films they put out each year) go head to head, ensuring the possibility of surprises in Round Two. The sweaty reality of Adanggaman tries its luck against the high-intensity crime of Os Imortais. It’s anyone’s ball game at this point, so the winner will depend heavily on which country (and which fans) show up to make their voices heard. For those who haven’t seen them, they are both great films that deserve a spot on your rental queue.

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