Video tip of one of the BEST thrillers launched in recent years …

Editor-in-chief Renato Marafon brings video advice to the thriller “Bela Vingança” (promising young woman), which has become a critical phenomenon.


The production received 5 Oscar nominations – including Best Picture, Best Director for Emerald Fennell, Best Actress for The Incredible Carey Mulligan and Best Original Screenplay.

On Rotten Tomatoes, the suspense received 91% approval from critics.

The film had 378 published reviews, 343 positive and 35 negative. The average score was 8.10 out of 10.

By general consensus, “Bela Vengeance is a daringly provocative and timely thriller that bodes well for writer and director Emerald Fennell – and a highlight in Carey Mulligan’s career.”

In addition, “Bela Vingança” has been praised for her daring in addressing the issue of sexual abuse, delving into topics such as machismo, the #MeToo movement and the culture of blaming victims.

Check out the main reviews:

Criticism | Bela Vengeance – 5 Oscar nominated thriller leads woman to take revenge on rapists

“‘Beautiful Vengeance’ is nearing a truly radical end, but it’s almost here.” AA Dowd, AV Club

Enjoy watching:

“When Emerald Fennell finally reaches his inevitable conclusion, you’ll be amazed at his storytelling prowess, as well as how badly behaved white boys can resemble versions of a young Brett Kavanaugh. [juiz associado da Suprema Corte Norte-americana, acusado de abuso sexual]”. – Tomris Laffly, RogerEbert.com

“This is Mulligan’s show, and she manages to dominate every part of the movie with humor and serious drama.” – Amber Wilkinson, Times (UK)

“Fennell’s film is vibrant and stylistically precise, but the feelings it conveys don’t seem to be scrutinized. It’s accelerating towards a cliff when what you would really like to see is kind of a path to follow, no matter how hard it is ”. – Alison Willmore, New York Magazine / Vautour

“‘Beautiful Vengeance’ is as confident as its own protagonist, a film that wants to be a bit messy and inconsistent.” – Brian Tallerico, RogerEbert.com

The film is directed and written by Emerald Fennell (“Killing Eve”).

Everyone said Cassie (Mulligan) was a very promising young woman … until mysterious events suddenly destroyed her future. But nothing in Cassie’s life is what it seems – she’s extremely intelligent, enticingly cunning, and leads a secret double life. Now, an unexpected encounter could give Cassie the chance she had hoped to reunite and right the mistakes of the past.

Sam Richardson, Adam Brody, Bo Burnham, Alison Brie, Connie Britton, Laverne Cox, Alfred Molina, Clancy Brown and more complete the cast.

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