Gabriel And The Mountain

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Gabriel And The Mountain

A Film by Fellipe Barbosa

2017 - France/Brazil - Drama - 1.85 - 127 min.

with João Pedro Zappa & Caroline Abras

Languages: English , Portuguese
Produced by Yohann Cornu & Rodrigo LETIER

Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel decides to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams. After ten months on the road, he arrives in Kenya where he is joined by his girlfriend. But discovering Africa as a tourist is not enough for Gabriel. He decides to go deeper, leaving on his own for a journey across countries, new friendships and raw emotions to finally reach Mount Mulanje in Malawi, his final destination.

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