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    Reader comments on Madame Sata

    Subject: Re: Madame Sat
    Date: Feb 7, 2005
    Sender: IlcondePrevious | Next

    Caro Claussius:
    Teu ingls sofrvel...
    No se traduz o nome do presdio.
    Tambm "too", no vai... Poderia ser: "he was a Gay, too" [o que indica preconceito, ou seria insegurana?].
    Voc assistiu a o filme?



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    Response to this comment:
    Madame Sat

    Madame Sat is his nickname, nicknames in Brazil is very common, all peoples have one.
    Madame Sat wasnt a famous drag queen, he was a famous bandit from Great Island Jaill , he was too a gay.






    Comment index:

  • Dignity for all   from Adhemar, Jul 27, 2003
  • Madame Sat   from Claussius, Sep 19, 2003
  • Re: Madame Sat   from anjelina bolleio, May 24, 2004
  • Re: Madame Sat   from Adhemar, Feb 6, 2005
  • » Re: Madame Sat «   from Ilconde, Feb 7, 2005
  • One of the best films ever made   from Paul Beppler, Dec 5, 2004
  • Re: One of the best films ever made   from Ilconde, Feb 6, 2005
  • Where he is buried?   from Ilconde, Feb 6, 2005
  • Dignity for all   from Adhemar, Jul 27, 2003
  • Madame Sat   from Claussius, Sep 19, 2003
  • Re: Madame Sat   from anjelina bolleio, May 24, 2004
  • Re: Madame Sat   from Adhemar, Feb 6, 2005
  • » Re: Madame Sat «   from Ilconde, Feb 7, 2005
  • One of the best films ever made   from Paul Beppler, Dec 5, 2004
  • Re: One of the best films ever made   from Ilconde, Feb 6, 2005
  • Where he is buried?   from Ilconde, Feb 6, 2005