Adapted from a 1927 story by Austrian writer Stefan Zweig, this muted Brazilian drama concerns a rich playboy from Sao Paolo who decides to turn his life around after a friend dies of a drug overdose. He takes a job with his family’s art dealership and travels to the countryside, hoping to persuade a reclusive old landowner to sell his collection of rare prints. Predictably, the natural setting makes the protagonist more soulful, and the old man teaches him a thing or two about integrity. This isn’t quite as maudlin as it might sound, thanks to some nuanced characterization and the understated visual approach of director Bernard Attal. In Portuguese with subtitles.