By Maíra Amorim, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – Caetano Veloso, one of the greatest musicians from MPB (Brazilian Popular Music), is now on the big screen in the documentary “Coração Vagabundo” (Wandering Hearts), which opened in theaters across Brazil last week. The film is directed by Fernando Grostein de Andrade, a 28-year-old first-time filmmaker, son of the journalist Mário de Andrade, Playboy Magazine's editor in the 80s, and half-brother of Luciano Huck, the TV Globo presenter.
Fernando followed Caetano on the artist’s tour in the United States and Japan, during the . . .