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Fast & Furious

by Hu Shuguang
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

Most exciting movie

Most exciting movie

The first time I heard about Brazil was in elementary school. Whenever I think of Brazil, an exciting country and a furious carnival come to my mind.

Last year, I watched a wonderful movie called "Fast & Furious," which gave me a great impression. I saw many exciting moments when there were racing cars. Girls in the movie are very hot and impressive, too.

Brazil is best famous for its carnival. People can enjoy parties, drink beers, and rest day after day, night after night. The parade which shows Brazilian music, fantasies, and allegorical cars is also very beautiful.

Of course, Brazil is one of the countries which are my favorites.

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