Spanish translation: al pie del cerro Pan de Azúcar
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I don't think so, because the film takes place in Brazil, Rio de Janeiro. In the script the preacher walks around some places in Brasil teaching the watchers of the film.
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base de Sugarloaf
Explanation: Isn't "Sugarloaf" a place in the United-States? I believe I have been told that it's a ski resort.
Sugarloaf base, must be "a base" of something or someone in that part of the US.
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xxxGotterdammer France Local time: 21:08 Works in field Native speaker of: Spanish