Continuing the adventures of Dona Hermínia and company, the franchise will continue in theaters in December My mother is a piece, arriving in its third edition, Paulo Gustavo gives life to a character inspired by his own mother and the real stories of his family, with direction of Susana Garcia and production by Downtown and Migdal Filmes.
As usual, films by My mother is a piece they are always based on the hilarious stories of the mother of actor Paulo Gustavo, always bringing narratives in which all viewers can relate easily and it was no different in his third film. For those who watched the sequences, the film already shows Dona Hermínia stabilized, in a new apartment and without her children Juliano (Rodrigo Pandolfo) and Marcelina (Mariana Xavier), and precisely because the children are already stabilized, Dona Hermínia begins to worry about their absence, and that the mother doesn't miss her children, is she? The story unfolds with the great news from Juliano and Marcelina, the son is getting married and the daughter is pregnant. It is at that moment that good laughs are pulled from the public, with Dona Hermínia's impatient and hilarious way of dealing with the good news.
Despite being essentially a comedy production, the third film was able to introduce even more family drama, with scenes where it is possible to reflect how important the family union and, especially, the union between mother and child (a) is important, which makes the feature even more special, and the icing on the cake was to add in much of the plot, the issue of the same-sex relationship, since the character Juliano (Rodrigo Pandolfo) is a homosexual and marries Tiago (Lucas Cordeiro), showing that for love, there should be no barriers.
My mom is a 3 piece brings great insights, showing that a good part of his script had a hint of Paulo Gustavo's wit in sharing his real family moments, which makes the film very easy to resemble with many situations that I bet many of us have been through .
My mother is a play 3 premiere on December 26 in national cinemas.