Sintonia (2019) s02e02 Episode Script

Different Worlds

[club music playing]
[indistinct chatter]
- Hey!
- Just got here?
I was working with my mom at the ball.
It was great.
I have to study all day tomorrow.
Check it out. It's insane.
[club music continues]
I'm exhausted from work.
The mall is hard work.
I can't smile anymore.
I'll wake up early tomorrow
to help the youth group at church.
Where do you find the time?
I don't, girl.
I think I'm going back in.
What do you think?
I don't know. It's kinda late.
Don't you have to study tomorrow?
Think about it. They're there every day.
Rita, you could come too.
- No
- It'd be great.
You were always dancing with the boys,
busting your moves.
- My classic move.
- It was awesome!
It'll be great. Come.
No, friend. I can't.
It's life.
My choices.
I'm in a different mindset now.
I think they should even stop the balls.
It's very loud. It bothers many people.
Did you really say that?
The ball pays our bills.
Ever thought about that?
[opening theme music playing]
- [club music playing]
- [crowd cheering]
[police siren wailing]
[indistinct yelling]
[rooster crows]
Lord have mercy!
[man on PA talking]
- Morning.
- Morning.
Where's the group meeting?
Over there, but it's started.
I'm so late.
Tell me about it. I didn't sleep well.
Me neither. Major funk ball near me.
I'm still on Canada's time.
- Hi, I'm Levi.
- I'm Rita.
You're the pastors' son. Right?
Even if I have to go to hell,
we'll find out who it was.
- He will pay.
- Nando!
You gotta stop the balls.
It's just trouble and noise.
Okay. We'll figure it out.
- It's bad, man.
- Okay.
It reeks of urine!
I can't open the joint like this, man.
First, good morning, Mr. Manoel.
Don't worry.
We'll see what's best for everyone.
- God be with you.
- Amen.
Fuck, man.
Man, this is one hell of a ride.
Man, you don't get it.
This is the mother ship. Wanna know why?
After the ball,
all the chicks are gonna want to get in.
Cruising on the mother ship ♪
It's Doni's ♪
You're nuts, but the girls will dig it.
[Marcão] Let's check it out.
[Marcão] I hope you like it, Doni.
You'll be here longer
than in your new home.
[Rivaldo] Man!
I don't know about you,
but I'll live here.
Charity is the mission of the church.
- So, it's my mission and yours
- [Raquel] It's ours.
- [Eliseu] It's ours.
- [Raquel] Our mission.
So cool.
Three hundred bags to donate.
We managed to get a lot of donations.
- Think so?
- You disagree?
With the nine grand they got,
we can double the toiletries.
I worked with it.
It's not the best product,
but it is something.
[Eliseu] Bye, Samara.
- Eliseu, Raquel.
- Hey, Levi.
Can I still help with tomorrow's campaign?
- Sure.
- Yeah.
Because Rita had a great idea.
Get some rest.
We've got five performances tomorrow.
Jundiaí, Itu, Jaguariúna,
Piracicaba, and Campinas.
- Been there?
- I heard about a few.
Let's go.
You'll soon travel to the entire country.
[Jaspion] In your face!
[Rivaldo] Don't scream, idiot!
- Are you gonna cry?
- In your face!
Hey, family!
Check out daddy's ride!
Look who's here. Say hello.
- Hello!
- Fucking video game.
All right, family.
I'm traveling upstate. We're on our way.
Let's roll.
[cell phone chimes]
[Badá] Is that right, Nando?
Beiço's boys were arrested the same way?
It seems that's happening all the time.
With the same people.
Don't worry.
When I find the rat, he's dead.
All right, man. Word.
Find out who the pigs are.
Badá, I wanted to talk to you
about something else.
The ball is important,
but there have been complaints.
It's not making us money.
I know.
But the ball generates good income.
We can't risk losing one cent, man.
Before we regain our losses
and find out who the rat is,
the ball remains a risk.
Every ball causes me trouble.
The cops always come. It's fucking risky.
You're right, homie. It's your call.
God be with you. Later.
All right, man. You got it.
[indistinct yelling]
You're in charge of the ball now.
What? You're the owner.
Won't you be in charge?
You're the manager now, bro.
Let them know the ball
has been canceled indefinitely.
People can dance at home.
All right, bro.
[cell phone chimes]
Yo, I've got a message for you.
Important message for Vila Áurea.
From now on, the ball is canceled.
I'll repeat. No more balls.
They're slowing the shop down
and that's not cool.
Violators will hear from us.
That's all for now. Good luck.
"Violators will hear from us."
Fuck, man. Sounded like Badá.
We gangsta, man.
Yeah. That's how we roll.
[electro hip-hop music playing]
[indistinct chatter]
- 'Sup, brothers.
- Hey, man.
- Good to see you.
- Cool.
- Hey, Nando.
- All good?
'Sup, man.
Bro, what's going on
with the pigs rolling the hood?
We think someone
ratted us out to the cops.
They jumped us, man.
- It's happening often.
- I know.
We'll have a talk with two hoppers.
Try to find out who the fuckers are.
That's right, brother. No slack.
Get everyone on this.
Eyes open.
We've got to figure out these raids.
When we find out, checkmate.
I'll crush the motherfuckers.
- All right, brother.
- Let me know.
- All right, brother.
- Cool, brother.
[Rivaldo] Jaspion, hear this out.
We'll make money with these shirts.
Check it out.
[Jaspion] This one is rad.
Doni, you could take some pics
to post on the shop's IG.
- I'm talking to you, man.
- [Rivaldo] Hey, partner?
Pay attention, man.
All day simpin' on that chick.
Man, Tally is super hot.
The girl's got clout.
She's got more followers than you.
She only goes out with ballers.
Loaded guys.
Why don't you text her?
- Send a DM.
- Check this out.
[cell phone chimes]
She's checking my pics!
[singing indistinct melody]
Send her a DM.
- Should I send it?
- [cell phone chimes]
Are you insane, fucker?
- What did you do?
- It worked.
[Rivaldo] She's typing.
- She replied. It's working.
- [Rivaldo] Look.
[Rivaldo] You're making plans,
but we're in Campinas tomorrow.
We can make it.
We can make it. It's cool.
[hip-hop music playing]
- [doorbell rings]
- [Jaspion] Door!
Hello, brother.
- How are you?
- Good. You?
I'm great. Three gates to get here.
- Really? Did you like it?
- Uh-huh.
Loved it! It's a blessing.
it's beautiful!
- [Doni chuckling]
- [Jaspion] Auntie, the food smells great!
It's almost ready.
- [doorbell ringing]
- [Lucrécia] Door, Doni.
- Hey, brother!
- 'Sup?
- Good. You?
- Great.
- Hey, sister-in-law!
- Check this out!
It's awesome, man.
- You're flying, Doni Boy.
- [Doni chuckling]
That will be a studio.
- [Lucrécia] That's cool.
- No way!
- Your blessing, Auntie.
- God bless you.
[Scheyla] Wow. It's huge.
You haven't seen my room yet.
- No way. Show me.
- I have a Jacuzzi.
- Jacuzzi?
- I'm serious.
- It's huge, man.
- Smells like a new home!
You disappeared from the group.
What happened?
That number is gone.
I'll text you from the new one.
- I'll be waiting.
- I mean it.
[Rita chuckles]
[Lucrécia] Kids, lunch is served.
She's terrible, Auntie.
Cheekier by the day.
Like her dad.
My God! I miss little Bruna.
She misses you.
- You could bring her some time.
- [cell phone chimes]
[Scheyla] I will, if you all watch her.
- [all laughing]
- Guys, I gotta go.
I need to get my outfit
before the performance.
- Daddy needs a new look.
- [all laughing]
Make yourselves at home,
I'm happy to have you.
- [Doni chuckles]
- Aw.
You're doing amazing.
- Congratulations. I mean it.
- [Doni] Cool.
Don't get jealous.
Look who's talking.
I'm really happy
to see everyone together again.
- Stop it, Mom.
- [all] Aw, Auntie!
Bye, guys. I really have to go.
Bye, Mom.
Take care, son.
All right. Don't be late, guys.
- Later!
- [Scheyla] God be with you.
- Who'll help me?
- [Rivaldo] I got the dishes.
- Me too.
- Let's go, then.
- [Rita] Auntie, where do these dishes go?
- In the top cupboard.
Awesome view.
It is beautiful.
Nando, tell me.
Will Aunt Lu keep doing this?
I stopped by the market the other day.
She was out of many things.
It was all empty.
It hurt me to see it.
It's normal, Scheyla.
- Uncle Chico managed it.
- Yeah.
Doni's busy. Who would help her?
Don't you think she's off?
I think retail is not for her.
It's not easy.
I told Doni to sell it
and bring his mother here.
It'd be good.
Auntie Lu is like a mother to me.
I won't let anything happen to her.
[soft hip-hop playing]
[Rita] Is it here?
Yes. Of all the places I saw,
this one was the best.
I want to hear your opinion.
I'm curious. Let's get inside.
Dear Lord.
I can't wait to see
our future church here.
Do you regret your offer to help, Rita?
Never, Pastor.
Thanks for everything.
Thank you.
You're always by my side.
- Even when I'm stubborn and can't see
- That's in the past.
[children yelling playfully]
You were concerned
about me meeting my father.
You were trying to protect me. Right?
When I was a child,
I thought my dad
was the bravest man in the world.
Today, I see he's afraid.
I was never afraid.
You're strong, Rita.
You'll take care of our books.
No one's better at it.
this will be the nicest church
of the neighborhood.
- Amen.
- Amen.
[indistinct talking]
Oh. You're an angel, Auntie. Thank you.
[chuckles] Don't worry.
- I knew I could count on you.
- Always.
Now that we've received
this huge donation, let's split it.
- Yay!
- Hey, Mom. We said we'd take the boxes.
- Mrs. Rose always ahead.
- What can I do?
- Hi, Rita.
- Hey.
How goes it?
Your mother is strong.
- I carried you both, one on each arm.
- [all chuckle]
This is Levi. He's helping me.
Hi. How are you? Here.
Speaking of which,
I need to double the donations
and give this all away.
- It'll work out, Rita.
- Thanks, Auntie.
Good job, boys.
Mrs. Rose, now that we are done,
we could go home, get some rest,
find something to eat
No. I'm off to the community center.
And there's the ball thing to figure out.
- Yikes.
- It's true.
We can take you there,
then we'll go to Doni's.
Okay. Let's go.
- Ah! Are you insane? You're gonna drop me!
- [laughing]
You're nuts!
Hey, brother. All good?
Nice to meet you.
[man 1] Hey, family.
- [all] Hey.
- [man 1] Firstly, a warm welcome to you.
Thanks for coming.
So, brother?
What happened? Tell us what went down.
I don't know, man.
I only transported it.
Partner, open up.
You didn't check if you were being tailed.
I didn't see anyone.
They came when I was inside.
- There.
- And your brother?
Same. The pigs were in there,
it's like they knew it.
Hold on, man!
What do you mean, "they knew it"?
Where were you? From the beginning.
They may have followed you.
Why didn't they act before?
[man 2] I pay attention.
There was nothing on the way
indicating we were being followed.
Let's keep our eyes open.
We've got a rat.
Some motherfucker is ratting us out.
Think someone told on us?
Yeah. How would they know all that?
Time and place. Everything.
The brother is on the line hearing us.
- [Badá] What's up, family?
- Hey.
So, the same thing happened here.
They knew everything.
Like they scouted the place.
That doesn't feel right, man.
It doesn't add up.
It sounds strange.
They went straight to the target.
Dinho, something's fishy.
[Nando] Yeah, bro.
One of us is working for them.
We need to fix this.
They'll pay. You know how.
- That's right. Checkmate.
- Yeah. Get them popped.
[suspenseful music playing]
[Marcão] Guys, here's the deal.
The DJ will drive there.
At 7 p.m., we open in Jundiaí.
An agricultural fair,
20 minute performance.
At 8:30 p.m., we'll be in Itu
for the mayor's daughter's birthday party.
At 10 p.m., Jaguariúna, local festival.
Midnight in Piracicaba.
That'll be a nightclub.
On stage for 30 to 40 minutes. Okay?
We wrap it up at 1:30 a.m., in Campinas.
Don't worry. It'll work out.
That's fine. We're cool.
[laughs] You should be cool at your age.
You can use this between performances.
You might need it.
Driver, step on it, or we'll be late.
What about Tally's party?
She'll get there at 2:30 a.m. It's fine.
[suspenseful music playing]
All good, brother?
It's not fucking good.
Your pals steal my load
and you still want money?
What pals, man?
I don't know what's going on.
That's your problem.
What the fuck? It's not my guys.
Tell your boss that.
From now on, you talk directly to me.
I want the names of the cops
and the name of the rat.
That's your mission.
[indistinct chattering]
Rita, Levi.
You're doing God's work.
[both] Praise the Lord.
May God bless us.
- Amen.
- Amen.
- Bye, guys.
- Good job.
We gave it all away.
And now?
I'm going home to rest. I work tomorrow.
I'm exhausted.
Want a ride?
Don't worry. It's fine.
Come on, Rita.
I'm already taking two volunteers
to the bus stop.
My mom would be mad
if I didn't take you home.
Oh, yeah?
She tells you to give rides to strangers?
We are not strangers.
Well, let me just see
if everything is sorted. Okay?
Guys, everything okay?
[Formiga] Bro, the bar owners,
the food stand owners,
everyone's mad there's no more balls.
- [Jussara] Who's messing with us?
- Jussara is coming. Shit.
- It's Jussara.
- Don't start.
- [Jussara] I want to talk to your boss!
- No. I'm in charge.
[laughs] Brother, careful with her.
Don't flake on me.
My God
- Did she eat by herself?
- Hmm?
She's a big girl.
[cell phone chimes]
- Fernando. It's Rose.
- [Jussara] I just wanna work.
- We need to talk.
- [Jussara] I'm not going anywhere.
- That's ridiculous!
- One second.
Formiga, you need to calm them down.
Tell Jussara to chill.
I'll be right there.
All right, brother. Later.
[phone chimes]
How's she doing in school?
Great. But the semester is almost over.
- We need a nanny.
- Okay.
We need to talk too.
- Will you be long?
- No. I'll be right back.
Find the nanny and let me know.
A kiss.
- Kisses.
- Bye.
[door opens]
[door closes]
- [indistinct yelling]
- [dogs barking]
- Evening, Auntie.
- Evening, Luiz Fernando.
- We need to talk.
- Go ahead.
We want to understand the ball thing.
We were told to stop, but nobody asked us.
Calm down. It's a mess, you know.
Exactly. You need to understand
there are many points of view.
I talked to many people.
They say the same thing.
- I didn't decide that alone.
- Wait a minute. Uh-uh.
No one asked me anything.
He said he talked to people, but not me.
Jussara works at the ball.
- Right, Ju?
- Mm-hmm.
It's important for vendors.
They're working to pay the bills.
It's disrupting the lives of many people.
I'm sorry, but I've made my decision.
- Oh, Fernando
- Hold on, Rose.
Okay. And what do you want now?
Take the money from working people?
Everyone knows.
Many parents in the community
make money with the balls.
I work all week,
but what I make doesn't cut it.
I need that money.
And you cancel it without warning.
You take away the place
the kids go to overnight,
they can't have fun.
Where will the kids go?
- You can't do that.
- Jussara, calm down.
I'm calm.
We're not fighting here. Okay?
I'm just explaining. Respect me. I'm calm.
Calm down, Jussara.
- Be quiet. Okay?
- When it's for them
Do you see?
When it's for you, we're fine.
- When it's for us, you do that.
- Calm down.
I'm just trying to say my piece.
- Jussara, calm down!
- You want things your way.
- And you ignore other people.
- [Jaque] She won't stop talking.
- Who asked you?
- Stop talking.
I'm not talking to you!
This is between us!
[Formiga] Be respectful!
- You need to show respect.
- You're wrong!
We're talking.
Are you calling me crazy? Fine.
- It's just my opinion.
- Quiet.
- That's all.
- Man, calm down.
Yes, Auntie?
- I want to reach a compromise.
- Yeah. That's all.
It's not personal.
I don't like balls. You know that.
We need to think it through
and organize it. Okay?
We've got to think of the community.
The cops are always there.
I'm getting complaints.
I won't go out of my way
to fix stupid problems.
People are complaining.
Everyone comes to me.
You know I can talk to them.
If we do everything right, we'll be fine.
- I'll think about it.
- Please.
You can talk to Formiga.
He's the one in charge.
- Okay?
- [Rose] Okay.
- [Rose] Thanks.
- [Nando] Godspeed.
Take care.
Think about it.
Okay. Good night.
[Rose] Good night, Formiga.
Good night, Jaque.
[Rose] Come on, Ju.
Let's go.
- We didn't solve anything.
- [Rose] We sure did.
- [Jussara] It's all talk.
- [Rose] He'll consider it.
I work, Rose. I just want my money.
- [Jussara] That's all.
- [Rose] But if you scream
I'm not screaming.
You gotta make yourself heard.
Thanks for the ride, Levi.
Come on, Rita.
You brought me here.
I insist on buying you
the best cheeseburger of your life!
We call it X-burger in Brazil
because the word "cheese"
sounds like an X,
but that's not how you write it.
It means a burger with cheese.
Calling Auntie Sonia's burger that
is almost a sin.
I doubt theirs is as good.
- Let's go, then?
- Let's.
[indistinct chattering]
Auntie, how are you?
- Been a long time!
- Hi. How are you?
We'd like two special cheeseburgers.
- Mm-hmm.
- [Levi] That's right.
The special one has everything in it.
My God, Rita.
[Rita laughs]
[Rita] It's delicious.
Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside.
- You'll fall in love.
- I think so.
And a soda. Please.
[woman] You got it.
You know everyone, Rita.
Here you go.
- Thanks.
- Thanks.
I grew up here.
[Rita] Well
This is too much.
- Ready for a true cheeseburger?
- I think so.
- Let's do it?
- Let's.
- Mmm.
- Mmm.
[laughs] Mm-hmm? Mm-hmm.
I always wanted to live abroad.
Live my own life.
I wanted to stay there.
I don't know, I felt free.
But Pastor Leopoldo wanted me back.
He's got plans for me.
Having a father like that must be great.
He sends you away, but he calls you back.
I like it, but
after living alone for three years,
moving back home feels a bit strange.
Imagine that.
No. I can't imagine it.
I've lived alone since I was 15.
[melancholy music playing]
[voice echoing] Rita?
Everything okay?
Did I say something wrong?
This was Pastor Sueli's church.
You know when you're totally lost?
This is where they took me in.
They showed me another path. My path.
Anyways, the owner wanted it back,
and we lost the congregation.
- Does my father know that?
- Yes. Sure.
He's helping us with rent for a new space.
- What else?
- That's it.
We need to remodel it.
I see.
And do you need help?
Do you know how much it'll cost?
I have no idea.
But it's probably expensive.
It's an old warehouse.
I don't know how to do that yet.
But I wanted to reopen the church.
I wanted it to be beautiful and perfect.
Didn't you manage
to triple the church's donations
almost overnight?
for you, money is not a problem,
it's the solution.
[Levi exhales]
[Doni] People from Jundiaí,
Doni's in the area.
[both] What's up! Yahoo!
The show's in ten minutes. All right?
People from Itu, we're in the area
to bring the house down.
[both singing] Hey, Itu
Let's bring the house down ♪
Hey, Itu
Let's bring the house down ♪
Hey, Jaguariúna. We're on our way.
- [both] Hey
- Jaguariúna!
Piracicaba, we're almost there.
I hope no one's tired.
We're gonna have a blast.
- Marcão, where are we going?
- Hmm?
We're going to Campinas.
People from Campinas!
We're coming to bring the house down.
See you soon!
It's the last one.
- Hallelujah!
- [Rivaldo] It's a blessing, brother.
Hey, man. Are you okay?
- I'm good.
- Okay.
It's a dream, Marcão.
Wanted this my whole life.
I hear you, man. I hear you.
I've been in this business for a while.
I always like having new people.
The beginning is the best part.
I'm glad you're having fun.
You have a gift.
Could the driver drop me off
in Vila Olímpia?
I'm going to a friend's party.
Now that this is your job,
you can't be going to nightclubs.
You're VIP, you gotta get paid.
If you just show up, they won't pay.
One other thing.
You can't keep advertising
your friends' shop.
All clothes and branding
need to be approved by Luan.
All right?
- All right.
- Cool.
They passed out.
Wake up.
You too. We got people coming over.
- I'll get the drinks.
- Yes, Marcão.
Wake up, man.
Remember that I wanted to talk?
I'm pregnant.
Three months.
I couldn't tell you.
everything will be okay.
Up! Come, Marcão.
Come, Marcão. Come, Marcão.
Come, Marcão. Come, Marcão.
Marcão, look how Rivaldinho moves.
Go, Rivaldo.
I see it.
Man, Tally blew me off.
I don't think she's coming.
Don't worry.
[phone chimes]
Excuse me.
[heavenly music playing]
[indistinct chatter, laughing]
I'm glad you came.
I thought you'd stood me up.
Funny. You stood me up at the party.
Kidding. I just had to choose
who I'd bring and leave.
- I see.
- The music sucked.
It was bad.
At least the music's good here.
I moved in recently.
It needs work, but make yourself at home.
- I like your place. It's cute.
- Really?
- Want something to drink?
- Yes.
What you got?
Beer, vodka, whiskey,
coconut water ice cubes.
You got rosé?
- Marcão?
- Hey, man.
- You cool?
- Cool.
Can you get some rosé?
This late, man?
I'll let you have five bottles
from the next five balls.
Five, huh?
[club music playing]
[club music continues]
I'll get nasty, nasty, nasty ♪
This the last song
And you're coming with me ♪
Baby, up, down, down
Like a merry-go-round ♪
I'm the hottest in the streets
You the baddest in the town ♪
Don't you play with my emotions
I'm too focused ♪
Show me how you do what you do ♪
Man, Rivaldo blacked out in the bathroom.
He threw up everywhere, even the Jacuzzi.
He's messed up.
Classic. Go help your friend.
You screwed up, man.
I love you guys.
- [Jaspion] You always do that.
- [Rivaldo] Don't talk like that.
- [Rivaldo] Where's
- [Jaspion] Rivaldo.
Did you and Tally make out?
- How's your friend?
- [laughing] That's Tally! Tally's there!
- [laughing] It's fine. Let's go outside.
- [Tally laughs]
- [Rivaldo] Did you see
- [Jaspion] Don't cry.
Excuse me. Sorry to interrupt.
I got a car to take your friends home.
I'm going home too. I'm exhausted.
There's more wine.
- Thanks.
- Cool?
Take it easy, man.
There's more tomorrow, which is today.
- Bye, Tally.
- Thank you. I mean it.
He's funny. Right?
It must feel great to conquer all this.
It's cool. But you've got everything.
It's different. I was born into it.
Where are you from?
Vila Áurea. You know it?
I know of it.
Don't lie. You don't know it.
So tell me about it. I don't know.
I can't explain. It's like here.
But we all know and visit each other.
Like a giant family.
- It's the opposite of my neighborhood.
- Really?
Once, I took the elevator.
There was an old lady there.
She saw me, but she stared at the ceiling
like there was something up there.
She ignored me.
[club music playing]
The farmer's market
is great here, Donizete.
Good morning.
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