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“Are You An Old Hippie, Sir?” inspires Brazilian film

CURITIBA, BRAZIL – Writer/director Marcos Marques from Curitiba, Brazil, wrote a screenplay based on the Son Of A Plumber song "Are You An Old Hippie, Sir?".  With his screenplay he won the 1st place at the Curitiba Cultural Foundation screenplay contest. As a prize he recieved USD 6.000 to make a movie based on this script. The short movie is titled "Você É Um Velho Hippie, Senhor?" in Portuguese and was shot November 1st. It is currently in post-production. According to the movie producer, Priscila Zaruvny Borges (who kindly informed The Daily Roxette about this project), the story is about two guys at a convenience store and an old man that sometimes looks like an old hippie and sometimes like a serious business man. The two guys spend the movie trying to answer the "title" question. Look for the premiere ar Curitiba's Cinemateca in June 2010!

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