Madame Butterfly
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Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Steven Rea Whether or not Ainouz's stylish directorial debut gets to the "real" Madame Satã is beside the point, but as a celebration of a figure who fashioned his own identity from pieces of pop culture and street poetry, from song and fashion and fury, it's memorable.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Edward Guthmann In his thrilling feature debut, Madame Sata, Brazilian filmmaker Karim Ainouz doesn't glorify dos Santos but examines the hot, reckless fever of his life in all its thorny complexity.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Curt Fields Shot almost entirely on location with a hand-held camera, director Karim Ainouz's film draws you in close. The charisma and intensity of Lazaro Ramos as Joao holds you there.
Village Voice - 8/10 by J. Hoberman It can feel a bit slight and, given the epic sweep of its subject's life, somewhat underplotted. But there's no denying the incendiary power of Ramos's performance -- he's present in nearly every scene. The movie is as much the story of his transformation into Madame Satã as it is João Francisco's.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Sheri Linden An intensely realized, beautifully shot drama.
TV Guide Magazine - 7/10 by Ken Fox However intriguing from a theoretical perspective, this gorgeously shot film is first and foremost and purely sensual experience. Filled with the sights and sounds of Rio of a bygone era, the whole thing virtually pulses with excitement.
Variety - 7/10 by David Rooney While it's a little shapeless and dramatically overwrought, the film remains entertaining thanks to its fascinating subject, sharp visuals and fiercely proud central performance.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Stephen Holden It is a voluptuous, hot-blooded portrait of a social outcast, a black, homosexual criminal who in acting out his gaudiest Hollywood dreams, transcendently reinvented himself.
Premiere - 6/10 by Peter Debruge In this vibrant character study, newcomer Lázaro Ramos plays Francisco with an almost animal intensity.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Liam Lacey Truly strange, and often captivating.
Miami Herald - 5/10 by Rene Rodriguez The result leaves the movie feeling like a one-note take on a complex subject.
New York Post - 5/10 by Jonathan Foreman One of those films that takes up a potentially fascinating subject only to fumble it.

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