The Beatles make an appearance at Rio Carnival
A Brazilian friend of mine recently got in touch on Facebook to tell me she'd found something that was "a cara do" Born in Brazil. It's a tricky one to translate if you want to get both the meaning and tone across. "Cara" means "face" or, more appropriately, "mug". So, this something has the mug of Born in Brazil. You see the problem. Essentially, it means that it's the epitome of what it is describing; it's just like it. Or, as another friend put it, using Friends language, "it's SO Born in Brazil". Anyway, she was right.