2 Coelhos

2 Coelhos (Lit: 2 Rabbits) is a 2012 Brazilian action film written and directed by Afonso Poyart. The film features innovations that were not common in Brazilian films, including explosions, animations, elaborate special effects and pop culture references.[2] It was released in Brazil on January 20, 2012.[3]

2 Coelhos
Directed byAfonso Poyart
Produced byAfonso Poyart
André Poyart
Angela Farinello
Written byAfonso Poyart
Izaías Almada
StarringAlessandra Negrini
Fernando Alves Pinto
Caco Ciocler
Marat Descartes
Robson Nunes
Music byAndré Abujamra
CinematographyCarlos André Zalasik
Edited byLucas Gonzaga
Afonso Poyart
André Toledo
Black Maria Filmes
Distributed byImagem Filmes
Release date
  • January 20, 2012 (2012-01-20)
Running time
108 minutes
BudgetR$ 3.500.000[1]
Box officeR$ 3,828,975


Edgar is arrested for killing a woman and child in a car crash, but is bailed out by state representative Jader Kerleis. After two years on vacation in Miami, Florida, Edgar returns to the city of São Paulo with a plot to pit Jader, infamous for multiple corruption cases, against Maicon, a criminal notorious for bribing influential politicians to keep him free, to bring both of them to justice.


  • Fernando Alves Pinto as Edgar
  • Alessandra Negrini as Julia
  • Caco Ciocler as Walter
  • Marat Descartes as Maicon
  • Roberto Marchese as Jader
  • Thaíde as Velinha
  • Thogun as Bolinha
  • Neco Villa Lobos as Henrique
  • Robson Nunes as Cleyton
  • Norival Rizzo as Nestor
  • Aldine Muller as Sophia
  • Yoram Blaschkauer as Robério


American remake

Tango Pictures bought the rights to remake this film with a title Two Rabbits. The film will be the second project for the development of new production, directed by Andrew Lazar, Christina Lurie and Steven Shainberg. Afonso Poyart says it should take the executive production, but not the direction. Poyart said, "The idea is to make another movie. At the moment, the Tango is hiring writers that will give a new treatment history and acclimation to the American public". The budget of the film should cost between $10 million and 12 million.[4]


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