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The Girl Who Killed Her Parents and The Boy Who Killed My Parents | Amazon Prime Video Announces Global Movie Premieres

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O Amazon Prime Video announces the exclusive debut of the films The Girl Who Killed Her Parents and The Boy Who Killed My Parents on September 24, in more than 240 countries and territories. Each feature is approximately 80 minutes long and tells a different point of view of the couple's story. Suzane von Richthofen and Daniel Cravinhos. The scripts are based on information contained in the case file that ended with the conviction of the two for the death of Suzane's parents.

In 2002, Suzane and Daniel shocked Brazil when they pleaded guilty to the brutal murder of manfred and Marisia von Richthofen. Throughout the films, the couple's case and possible motives for committing this atrocity are presented. A real crime drama about one of the most brutal murder cases in the country. Released simultaneously, the two films show each other's points of view: The Girl Who Killed Her Parents is inspired by Daniel's testimony, and The Boy Who Killed My Parents is based on Suzane's.

With direction Mauricio Eça and scripts of Ilana Casoy and Raphael Montes, the movies are starring Carla Diaz, Leonardo Bittencourt, Allan Souza Lima, Kauan Ceglio, Leonardo Medeiros, Vera Zimmermann, Augusto Madeira, Debora Duboc, Marcelo Várzea, Fernanda Viacava, Gabi Lopes and Taiguara Nazareth. The production is by Santa Rita Filmes in co-production with Galeria Distribuidora and Grupo Telefilms. The executive producer is Marcelo Braga, who also signs the production of the films along with Gabriel Gurman, Ricardo Constianovsky, Silvia Cruz and Tomas Darcyl.

The features join thousands of TV shows and movies in the Prime Video catalog, including Brazilian Original Amazon productions such as Sun, September Mornings, 5X Comedy, Loose in Floripa and All or Nothing: Brazilian Team, and a number of award-winning Amazon Original productions such as A Prince in New York 2, No Remorse by Tom Clancy, The Boys, modern love and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, all available on Prime Video at no extra cost to Prime members.

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