"Didi (Renato Aragão) is employed by a small candy factory, the Cosmas and Damian, owned by His Tiao (Elias Gleizer). Suddenly, the owner discovers that candy sales plummeted, mainly due to competition from a powerful company, Lollipop Gold, whose owner is the unscrupulous businessman Armando (Werner Schünemann), and is successful due to its extremely sweet and artificial its aggressive marketing campaigns. The bumbling Didi thinks about how it could be if he were a child again, in order to help the boss.
Didi has a best friend in the young Felipe (Pedro Malta), whose dream is growing up to be able to approach women. Suddenly, some magic candies appear, causing Didi and Felipe exchange ages: Didi turns into a child (being played by Bruno Cariati and voiced by Renato Aragão) and Philip turns into an adult (and happens to be played by Claudio Heinrich)."
Just zip ahead to 28:49 for the fun to begin. It happens in several sequences.
Also, I can't help but want to believe someone in Brazil read Trick or Switch. Because I wrote that whole sequence about magic candy and it was an important part of that story...
Lastly, if you Google Claudio Heinrich, he is hotter than FUCK. Oh MY GOD.
My review of this film is that even if you don't speak Portuguese, the film works on a visual level simple enough to understand. The main actor is believable as a clownish buffoon, and the supporting cast is good enough for a fluffy family film. The real plot to pay attention to is that the characters do not switch bodies, they switch ages and they do so consistently throughout the film. The film has a romantic AP subplot. Little Felipe becomes Big Felipe and falls in love. He becomes a musician to impress the woman of his dreams. The ending includes the only AP non return I've ever seen in one of these films. The character remains an adult and is not changed back.