Netflix has released the first official images for ‘Lulli,’ a comedy film starring Larissa Manoela that will be released later this year. The female lead has a commanding presence on screen. The play is written by renowned author Thalita Rebouças and scriptwriter Renato Fagundes and portrays the upheavals in the experience of children medical student Lulli, who learns to appreciate the point of view of others around her.
Lulli is a hardworking, ambitious, and enthusiastic medical student who desires to be the finest surgeon on the earth, according to the narrative. As a result, she will not let anything or anybody to get in the way of her goals, including her recent ex-boyfriend.
The Protagonist is Lulli.
Lulli’s life gets turned upside down. On the other hand, she begins to hear other people’s thoughts after being shocked by an MRI machine. Is it a good thing or a terrible thing? The young girl, who had previously been unable to comprehend the thoughts of others around her, will have to strike a balance between the advantages and disadvantages of knowing what others are thinking.
Lulli is often chastised by her friends for not being a better listener, but that is about to change once she spends time in medical school and develops a rare ability to hear what others are thinking. She can’t seem to stop herself from hearing all the time now; this might come back to bite you if she decides to utilise her new capacity for good.
Starring Actors in the Show
The cast includes Sérgio Malheiros, Paula Possani, Vincius Redd, Yara Charry, Amanda de Godoi, Nicholas Ahnert, Gabriel Contente, Ana Mangueth, and Carlos Artur Thiré, with special appearances by Guilherme Fontes, Luciana Braga, and Marcos Breda. Thalita Reboucas is a brazilian model and actress.
Updates on the Release
In the countries where the film is exclusive, it will be released at midnight and Pacific Time. In nations where it is a licenced title but not an exclusive, it will be available at 12:00 a.m. local time. Netflix will premiere the programme on December 21, 2021. The Portuguese series is entertaining, as seen by the trailer.
Trailers and the Reaction of the Audience
The artists have poured their hearts and souls into this work. The trailers are now out, and you can see them on YouTube or on Netflix. You may watch it before you start playing the movie to get a sense of what the show is about. There are no linguistic limitations in the Portuguese original. Netflix will provide you with a variety of subtitle options, and if you’re lucky, you’ll be able to hear the audio in your native tongue.
The play may be viewed as a Christmas present. As Santa, the makers will be a fantastic match. People, yes! Keep your curiosity piqued by purchasing a Netflix subscription that you and your family or roommates can share!