Men and Women (1964 film)

Noite Vazia, literary meaning Empty Night but translated as Men and Woman, is a 1964 Brazilian drama film, one of the best known of the filmmaker Walter Hugo Khouri with sound track of Rogério Duprat executed by Zimbo Trio.
In November 2015 the film entered the list made by the Brazilian Association of Film Critics of the 100 best Brazilian films of all time. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.


In São Paulo, two friends take two prostitutes for a night of searching for different pleasures. But the experience turns out to be frustrating for all concerned, with the four spending the time talking about themselves, the bitterness of life and the emptiness of their lives.