Entertainment12 September 2022
São Paulo, September 12, 2022 — Prepare your heart, because your favorite new love story is coming to Netflix. Beyond the Universe will be released October 27. Starring Henrique Zaga (13 Reasons Why and The New Mutants) and singer-songwriter Giulia Be, this moving story is all about love and music. Newly-released photos show a little more of the couple, who find each other during a fragile moment of despair, but also hope for the future.
Nina (Giulia Be) is a young and talented pianist who watches her dreams fade amid dialysis sessions and the wait for a kidney transplant. But her romance with young doctor Gabriel (Henrique Zaga) helps her overcome her insecurities and fight for her dream: to play on stage with the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra.
Beyond the Universe also features João Miguel, Othon Bastos, Rita Assemany, Leo Bahia, Viviane Araújo, Isabel Fillardis, and Denise Del Vecchio. The film is a Camisa Listrada production directed by Diego Freitas, with screenplay by Diego Freitas and Ana Reber, and produced by André Carreira and Luciano Reck.
About Camisa Listrada Camisa Listrada has been one of the most successful production companies in the Brazilian film & TV market for 22 years. In 2020, they released their first original Netflix movie, Just Another Christmas, which had 26 million viewers across countries such as the USA, Germany, Spain, Italy, and France, as well as Brazil (of course). They also produced the comedies Carnaval and Fenced In for Netflix. In theaters, Camisa Listrada sold almost 10 million tickets in Brazil for the films Come On, Mom!, The Beachnickers, Um Suburbano Sortudo, and the franchise The Honest Candidate, which had its remake rights sold for several countries. Its South Korean version, which launched in 2020, dominated the box office during its opening weekend. Currently, the company is preparing for new challenges, with several projects in development and production with major global players in the film & TV market. About Netflix:
Netflix is the largest streaming entertainment service in the world. There are more than 221 million paid subscribers in more than 190 countries with access to shows, documentaries and movies from many genres and in many languages, as well as mobile games. Netflix subscribers can watch as many movies and shows as they want, whenever and wherever they want, on practically any screen with an internet connection. Subscribers can watch, pause and resume watching a title, with no commercials or commitments.
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