Talented playwright, director and actor, Domingos de Oliveira deals with his main theme of love and its implications. Considered by some viewers as the ‘Brazilian Woody Allen’, no other Brazilian film director has this funny, inventive and sensitive look at day-by-day romantic comedy situations as de Oliveira does.
Todas as Mulheres do Mundo is an ode to women. The story of a man with many flirts, suddenly caught by love. Since then, he is going to face the delights of monogamy and suffer all the pain and doubts that love itself demands, in order to survive and grow stronger, with humor, sensibility and great actors (highlighting the performances of Paulo José, Leila Diniz and Flávio Migliaccio). De Oliveira and his crew can extract each light of beauty that Leila Diniz reflects. This is a true masterpiece of the Cinema Novo era, an icon of Brazilian cinema. —IMDb
Domingos Oliveira, sometimes called the “carioca Woody Allen”, is one of the main figures of the Brazilian cinema. Born in 1936, he directed more than 45 theater pieces and 18 feature films, in many of which he also played, alongside with his wife and muse Priscilla Rozenbaum. —synapse-brazil.com