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"August Winds" is not a film that one can fight. Director Gabriel Mascaro crafts a meditative look at the ways of life in Brazil, and he's going to take his time doing it, taking in every stare, storm, day of labor, and rolling wave for as long as he can get away with. There's a story in here somewhere, but "August Winds" isn't concerned with capturing an audience through drama. It trusts in natural beauty, sending the movie on a long journey of observation where frame details are more valued than the narrative. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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