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    Neon Bull

    In modern world, Brazil and the North east turn into developing countries which enhances gradually clothing industry has caused new ambitions in Iremar. Dancing in the back of the truck, deep down in his heart, these are dreams of pattern cutting, sequins and fabrics as he mentally assembles and creates new fashion designs
    Country: International
    Duration: 103 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 6.8
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  • Actors of "Neon Bull"

  • Directors of "Neon Bull"

    Gabriel Mascaro. Director of Neon Bull
    Gabriel Mascaro
  • Creators of "Neon Bull"

    Gabriel Mascaro. Director of Neon Bull
    Gabriel Mascaro
  • Critic Reviews of "Neon Bull"

    Tom Long Detroit News
    July 15, 2016

    Most of the movie is poking bulls, blaring rodeo announcers, time spent in the back of the truck as the bulls are moved from point A to point B. Not exactly riveting stuff ...

    Scott Marks San Diego Reader
    July 14, 2016

    With all the grace and symmetry of a peacock fanning its tail, director Gabriel Mascaro reveals his hand in quixotic blasts of expressionistic color, graphic sensuality, and a few things we've never before seen on film...

    Leah Pickett Chicago Reader
    July 07, 2016

    The cowboy character would have benefited from a stronger story arc, but CazarrƩ is quietly charismatic in the role, a Brando-esque figure searching for meaning beyond maschismo.

    Peter Keough Boston Globe
    June 07, 2016

    Mascaro works much like his protagonist, gathering together details, images, and scenes to create unexpected visions. The narrative seems desultory and repetitive until it coalesces into some arresting, if not perverse, sequences.

    Peter Howell
    May 13, 2016

    Visually ravishing and sexually provocative, Neon Bull offers an unforgettable portrait of a changing Brazil, at once earthy and arty.

    Barry Hertz Globe and Mail
    May 13, 2016

    The film is filthy with nuanced moments of fierce, sweaty intimacy, all shot with a precise eye for detail. At the very least, it will make you rethink your next rodeo.

    Armond White Out Magazine
    March 03, 2017

    Neon Bull doesn't move viewers toward political consciousness about either animal cruelty or human tenderness. Iremar and his disadvantaged cohorts rouse fascination about beasts (mammals), not human beings or citizens.

    Craig Mathieson
    December 27, 2016

    The documentary filmmaking background of Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro informs much of his second dramatic feature, which ventures deep without judgment or undue instigation into the lives of a group of itinerant rodeo workers

    Vicky Roach Daily Telegraph (Australia)
    November 16, 2016

    A strangely hypnotic experience.

    Sarah Ward Concrete Playground
    November 13, 2016

    Laced with empathy, insight and more than a few narrative, visual and emotional surprises, Neon Bull proves a winner.

    John Noonan FILMINK (Australia)
    November 09, 2016


    Andrew L. Urban Urban Cinefile
    November 05, 2016

    There are some arresting images at the beginning of the film that signal a visual storyteller and indeed the film opens a window into a world that is at once half familiar and foreign

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