Carlota Joaquina, Princess of Brazil (Portuguese: Carlota Joaquina, Princesa do Brasil) is a 1995 Brazilian film directed and written by Carla Camurati. It stars Marieta Severo as Carlota Joaquina, Marco Nanini as Dom João VI and Marcos Palmeira as Dom Pedro I.
The film shows Carlota's efforts to conquer her enemies and become a queen. It tells a summarized tale, mixing history with popular folk traditions, from her childhood until her suicide.
Marieta Severo as Carlota Joaquina of Spain
Marco Nanini as John VI of Portugal
Ludmila Dayer as Yolanda / young Carlota Joaquina
Maria Fernanda as Maria I of Portugal
Marcos Palmeira as Pedro I of Brazil
Beth Goulart as Maria Teresa, Princess of Beira
Antônio Abujamra as Count of Mata-Porcos
Eliana Fonseca as Custódia
Norton Nascimento as Fernando Leão
Romeu Evaristo as Felisbindo
Bel Kutner as Francisca
Aldo Leite as Francisco José Rufino de Sousa Lobato, viscount of Vila Nova da Rainha
Chris Hieatt as Percy Smythe, 6th Viscount Strangford