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LA TIMES hace un reportaje acerca de AVENIDA BRASIL

EXITO!

 

El final de la telenovela fue en Octubre y aún así los periodicos hablan de la novela

 

L.A TIMES hizo un reportaje acerca de la novela

 

Ese es solo un de los varios periodicos y medios de comunicaccion que hablaron de la novela

Hasta Forbes la nombro como la telenovela que más ganó en Latinoamerica (U$$ 1 BILLION)

 

 

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/tv/showtracker/la-et-st-brazil-tv-avenida-brasil-20130203,0,212...


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Re: LA TIMES hace un reportaje acerca de AVENIDA BRASIL

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Telenovela 'Avenida Brasil' speaks to Brazilians

 

Creator João Emanuel Carneiro's groundbreaking telenovela, with its populist themes on a rising middle class, struck a chord with millions.

 

RIO DE JANEIRO — A beautiful young woman who returns to her hometown to take revenge on her evil stepmother. Dark love triangles, fiery obsession and the casual sensuality of a free-spirited young woman. A murder mystery. Intrigue. An underdog soccer team.

 

Nothing else captures the attention of Brazil like its telenovelas, massively popular nighttime soap operas. Except perhaps for the World Cup, there is nothing else that brings the country together like the carefully polished big-budget dramas. But a recent tale that reflected profound changes in the rising nation has gone far above and beyond the established levels of national obsession, so much so that the president had to reschedule an important campaign event around its final moments.

Of course, many of the themes in "Avenida Brasil" were familiar. But almost everyone is now saying the choice of characters and location among the country's striving middle class, which has swollen by about 40 million people in the last decade, was ground-breaking. Indeed, many now say, "Avenida Brasil" actually changed the way the country sees itself.

 

"I felt that Brazil's new rising class wasn't so interested in watching more and more shows about the country's super-elite," says João Emanuel Carneiro, who wrote "Avenida Brasil" and now is being called one of the country's most influential people. "This new class isn't interested in the values or culture of the rich. They're interested in seeing themselves."

 

Until recently, telenovelas invariably took place in exclusive locales far out of the reach of the vast majority of Brazilians. Like this one, actually, at the poolside bar of the famous Copacabana Palace hotel, where sheltered celebrities tan across the street from the beach and the gregarious Carneiro talks about his smash hit over a tropical drink.

Unsatisfied after finishing his last telenovela, "A Favorita," about a rich business family, he decided on a new approach. If entertainment here wasn't about the old elite, it had, "on the other hand, a focus on violence and misery in poor neighborhoods," such as you see in well-known movies like "City of God" or "Elite Squad," says the 42-year-old screenwriter. "But that [dichotomy] is just not what you feel on the street anymore."

 

Long one of the most unequal societies on Earth, Brazil has been one of the few countries in the world to actually decrease its income gap over the last few years, after the government of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva oversaw a period of economic growth and new social assistance programs for the poor. Now, the middle income group, or "lower middle class," which earns an average of $750 a month per family, makes up more than half the population, and huge groups of people that were previously ignored are becoming recognized as full citizens — and just as important — as a hugely powerful consumer group.

 

Carneiro says he had no nudging from the powerful Globo television network, which ran the show and runs all the country's biggest telenovelas, to give it a middle-class setting. But he acknowledges that his idea fit together quite well with Globo's awareness of new commercial realities. "They would have never approved this idea a few years ago," he says.

 

The network must be glad it did. The show may have made more than $1 billion by some estimates through advertisements by Procter & Gamble, Pampers, Kia, Carrefour, Volkswagen and Ford, among others.


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Re: LA TIMES hace un reportaje acerca de AVENIDA BRASIL

Anunciaron Avenida Brasil en Ecuavisa.... como la camada de las nuevas telenovelas del 2013.... Dijeron la telenovela que rompió records y detuvo BRASIL

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Re: LA TIMES hace un reportaje acerca de AVENIDA BRASIL

la time ya hablo alguna ves de alguna telenovela mexicana ?

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anahiiprincesadelpop ha escrito:
la time ya hablo alguna ves de alguna telenovela mexicana ?

LOS RICOS TAMBIÉN LLORAN y la Vero salio en la portada "¿Cómo les quedo el ojo'" ja ja ja.

 

Saludos compañeros.

Wuille.



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elchicodealado ha escrito:

Anunciaron Avenida Brasil en Ecuavisa.... como la camada de las nuevas telenovelas del 2013.... Dijeron la telenovela que rompió records y detuvo BRASIL


Que bueno!!

Y cuales otras novela salieron na promo?

 

Sabes?


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