After playing the villain Ninho in “Amor à Vida”, the actor spent two months recording a feature length film in the Northeast

Premiere 'Praia do Futuro'
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Premiere 'Praia do Futuro'

On Monday night (5) Juliano Cazarré was a guest of Wagner Moura and the cast of “Praia do Futuro” at the premiere in Rio de Janeiro. The actor, who has been away from TV since the end of “Amor à Vida”, on Globo, said that he had no plans to appear in a new soap opera yet. “I’m already thinking, but I want to spend some time with my family and rest. Soon I’ll be back.”

And while television is not the actor’s current focus, cinema and theatre are. Besides the play “Adubo” which debuts in May in Rio, in which he acts, directs and writes along with friends, Juliano is also set to release a film in 2014. “I went to Pernambuco and Paraíba to shoot a film. I just got back. The working title is ‘Valeu Boi’, by Gabriel Mascaro. It’s a Brazilian film, which has a bit of drama and other more amusing stuff. In it, I play a guy that works on a Brazilian rodeo, in the bull pen, looking after the bulls, and his dream is to be a fashion designer”, he explained, having spent two months in the Northeast.

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