| Leopoldo Serran|| Screenwriter|
| August 20, 2008, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
Dona Flor and Her Two Hus, Four Days in September, Bye Bye Brazil, O Quatrilho, Gabriela
Lucy Barreto, Luiz Carlos Barreto, Bruno Barreto, Murilo Salles, Carlos Diegues
Leopoldo Serran Wikipedia
Leopoldo Augusto Bhering Serran (May 6, 1942 – 20 August 2008) was a Brazilian screenwriter best known for the 1976 film Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands, based on the novel by Jorge Amado.
Serran frequently collaborated with directors Carlos Diegues and Bruno Barreto and was considered a major screenwriter of Brazil's Cinema Novo movement.
Serran died in Rio de Janeiro of liver cancer.