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Bernadinho (Bruno Munhoz) and Pedro (Daniel Pimentel) are students and face the classic tasks of fulfilling school obligations, taking good grades, being well behaved and complying with school rules, increasingly elaborated thanks to director Ademar (Carlos Villagrán). Frustrated, Pedro ends up finding a diary of how to cause chaos in school without being caught, which leads the two friends to follow the tips of the notebook.Written by
The Little Black Submarines
A movie for "tweens" with pedophilia and pro-bullying philosophy?! Yep, that is right.
This movie achieves the improbable feat of making a concoction of bland and unfunny jokes with scenes that condone pedophilia (a male adult suggests that two 13 and 14 year old boys masturbate him) and bullying (the 'teacher' - played by Gentili himself - bullies his 'apprentices' and pokes fun at them on screen for trying to defend themselves, saying that it is sissy to call bullying 'bullying').
A movie made for kids, "tweens" and teens that goes against all the progresses made by educators and the society as a whole to fight bullying and pedophilia.
A shameful result, it is better to forget this one was made altogether.
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