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Geraldo Del Rey

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Birth name Geraldo Del Rey Silva
Nationality Bresil
Birth 29 october 1930 at Ilhéus (Bresil)
Death 25 april 1993 (at 62 years) at São Paulo City (Bresil)

Geraldo Del Rey (29 October 1930 – 25 April 1993) was a Brazilian actor. He appeared in 65 films and television shows between 1950 and 1992.

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Filmography of Geraldo Del Rey (8 films)

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The Age of the Earth, 2h40
Directed by Glauber Rocha
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama
Actors Maurício do Valle, Antônio Pitanga, Tarcísio Meira, Geraldo Del Rey, Ana Maria Magalhães, Norma Bengell
Roles Cristo Guerrilheiro
Rating65% 3.291153.291153.291153.291153.29115
Une projection symbolique et personnelle du Brésil contemporain. Le personnage principal, John Brahms, sorte d'Antéchrist annonce l'Apocalypse : « Ma mission est de détruire la Terre, cette planète petite et pauvre », clame-t-il. Face à lui, on retrouve quatre cavaliers aux allures de Christ, représentatifs de la diversité des races et des cultures : l'Indien, le Militaire, le Guérillero et le Nègre, ce dernier missionnaire d'une nouvelle espérance pour le Tiers-Monde…
Ana Terra
Ana Terra (1971)
, 1h40
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, War, Historical
Actors Rossana Ghessa, Geraldo Del Rey
Roles Pedro Missioneiro
Rating71% 3.5546753.5546753.5546753.5546753.554675
Change of Life, 1h30
Directed by Paulo Rocha
Origin Portugal
Genres Drama
Actors Geraldo Del Rey, Isabel Ruth, Maria Barroso
Roles Adelino
Rating71% 3.5795053.5795053.5795053.5795053.579505
Un village de pêcheurs, au nord du Portugal. De retour de la Guerre d'Angola, Adelino découvre que sa fiancée a épousé son frère. Il tente de la reconquérir, puis entame une nouvelle liaison.
Black God, White Devil, 1h55
Directed by Glauber Rocha
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama, Adventure, Historical, Crime, Western
Actors Geraldo Del Rey, Othon Bastos, Yoná Magalhães, Maurício do Valle
Roles Manoel
Rating71% 3.596893.596893.596893.596893.59689
The film starts in the 1940s, during another drought in the sertão, when ranch hand Manuel (Geraldo Del Rey) is fed up with his situation. His boss tries to cheat him of his earnings and Manuel kills him, fleeing with his wife, Rosa (Yoná Magalhães). Now an outlaw, Manuel joins up with a self-proclaimed saint who condones violence (at one point slaughtering a baby) and preaches disturbing doctrines. It is now Rosa who turns to killing and the two are on the move once again. And so it goes, the two running from one allegiance to another, following the words of others as they attempt to find a place in their ruthless land. Blending mysticism, religion, and popular culture in this symbolic and realistic drama, Rocha insists that rather than follow the external and obscure dogmas of culture and religion, man must determine his path by his own voice.
The Given Word, 1h38
Directed by Anselmo Duarte
Origin Bresil
Genres Drama
Themes Films based on plays
Actors Leonardo Villard, Glória Menezes, Norma Bengell, Dionísio Azevedo, Othon Bastos, Geraldo Del Rey
Roles Bonitão
Rating82% 4.1423054.1423054.1423054.1423054.142305
Zé do Burro (Leonardo Villar) is a landowner from Nordeste. His best friend is a donkey. When his donkey falls terminally ill, Zé promises to a Candomblé orisha, Iansan, that if his donkey recovers, he will give away his land to the poor and carry a cross all the way from his farm to the Saint Bárbara Church in Salvador, Bahia, where he will offer the cross to the local priest. Upon the recovery of his donkey, Zé leaves on his journey. The movie begins as Zé, followed by his wife Rosa (Glória Menezes), arrives outside the church. The local priest (Dionísio Azevedo) refuses to accept the cross once he hears about Zé's "pagan" pledge and the reasons behind it. Everyone attempts to manipulate the innocent and naïve Zé. The local Candomblé worshippers, for example, want to use him as a leader against the discrimination they suffer from the Roman Catholic Church. The sensationalist newspapers transform his promise to give away his land into a "communist" call for land reform (which still is a very controversial issue in Brazil). When Zé is shot by the police to prevent his way into the church, the Candomblé worshippers put his dead body on the cross and force their way into the church.