In just a minute, a thousand likes. This is the life of Ana's star, a digital influencer interpreted by Larissa Manoela in the movie Airplane mode, which marks the actress's debut at Netflix and just won a trailer.
Poster girl of a brand led by the Carola nebula (Katiuscia Canoro), the video reveals the day-to-day life of the fashionista girl (who, of course, already wakes up wearing makeup) and an important detail: in addition to tanning on social media, she collects… traffic tickets. One day, glazed on her cell phone while driving, Ana suffers an accident and sees her life turn inside out, or rather, go into airplane mode.
As a punishment for learning to live without a smartphone all the time, she gets a forced vacation at her grandfather Germano's farm (Erasmo Carlos) - completely disconnected from the internet - and is forced to help you in your workshop. Goodbye, false nails and powerful looks. Hello, grease and oil. However, more than repairing old cars, Ana discovers the chance to reconnect with real life and get to know herself. After all, life is much more than pumped posts.
Based on a script by Mexican Alberto Bremer, the film has a Brazilian adaptation written by Renato Fagundes (Penetrators 2, Vai que Cola - O Begço) and Alice Name-Bomtempo (Vai que Cola). The direction is by César Rodrigues (Vai que Cola - O Filme, Minha Mãe é um Parte 2) and the production by Luiz Noronha, Cecilia Grosso and Samanta Moraes, from the production company A Fábrica.
Airplane mode premieres on January 23, 2020, only on Netflix