‘Provisional Measure‘, a film directed by Lázaro Ramos and starring Alfred Enoch e Tais Araújopremiered on April 14 in Brazilian cinemas, and has already established itself as the second biggest national premiere of the year, just behind ‘Ryca bowl 2‘, which made R$ 2.2 million in its opening at the beginning of the year.
In its first week in theaters, ‘Provisional Measure‘ hit the mark of 100 thousand spectators and raised more than R$ 2 million between the 21st (Thursday) and April 24th (Sunday). In the second week on display, the film had a total of 237,000 viewers.
The production finds itself in the fifth position of the biggest box office of the weekend, losing to ‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets‘, ‘Sonic 2: The Movie‘, ‘Lost City‘ e ‘Blue Building Detectives 3‘.
Synopsis: In a dystopian future, the Brazilian government decrees a provisional measure that forces black citizens to ‘return’ to Africa as a way of repairing the times of slavery. Lawyer Antônio (Alfred Enoch), his partner, doctor Capitu (Taís Araújo), and his cousin, journalist André (Seu Jorge) decide to resist, some confined to their homes, others in the Afrobunker – a movement that will fight for the right to stay in your country.