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Durval Discos is a 2002 Brazilian film by Anna Muylaert shot in Pinheiros, a borough of São Paulo. The film is noticeable for its soundtrack made up of 70's Brazilian music that reflect the protagonist's taste as he is himself a hippie, as well as André Abujamra's original score, more present in the film's second, darker half. The shift of mood from the first part to the second was advertised as life's A and B side, a reference to the film's hommage to LP's. Abujamra himself makes a small comical appearance as the character Fat Marley and Brazilian rock singer Rita Lee also has a brief cameo as an excentric customer who forgets to take the vinyl she has just bought. Some of the records shown in the store include Caetano Veloso's white, signed 1969 album and Tim Maia's Racional, a two volume album highly sought in Brazil due to its cult status. In the late 90's, Durval (Ary França) is a middle aged man who owns a record store in the first floor of his overbearing mother's house (Etty...
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