“The Girl Who Sees Movies Everywhere” by Rodrigo Leme By Jerry Beck | 01/25/2012 12:05 am | 5 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 5 About a month ago, I posted a stylish promo for Brazil’s Telecine movie channel. Here is a gorgeous second one (of 2); both promote the channel by recalling the magic of classic movies. This one is by the incredible Rodrigo Leme. We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. Stephen M. Levinson This would make an amazing iBook for the iPad…Nicely done! JerRocks2day That was a wonderful story. It reminds me of my childhood and how I wanted to retain my imagination after all those years. I’m glad my imagination is starting to take me places too. Did that little girl ever grow up to become a movie star as she grew up? Mike Interesting art style and I liked the way things moved…but I wasn’t huge on some of the designs and the storytelling was almost sickeningly trite. cbat628 Really nice! I thought it was touching. Some may say the storytelling is trite, but I would argue that it gives this movie channel a personality. And it does indeed remind people about the powerful effect that movies (and by extension, all mediums of storytelling) can have on an individual. James Fox Bravo! That was beautiful *cries* Previous PostPopeye meets Wilco: "Dawned On Me" Next PostThe Early Work of Richard Williams: "Love Me, Love Me, Love Me"