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Senta a Pua! (1999)

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The saga of the First Group of Fighter Aviation of Brazil, which took part in the Second World War in the Italian skies, told by their own pilots. There are 23 interviews with veterans and ... See full summary »

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The saga of the First Group of Fighter Aviation of Brazil, which took part in the Second World War in the Italian skies, told by their own pilots. There are 23 interviews with veterans and their families, all of them illustrated by artist Júlio Zartos's drawings and mixed with images of that time, took by cameras hidden in Brazilian planes or borrowed from Aerospace Museum of Rio de Janeiro. Written by Anonymous

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This DVD should be part of every school library in my country.
4 August 2006 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

This is a excellent documentary about a part of Brazil's history and many people's live that have not been told enough. This documentary should be at every school's library around the country. Peolple must know what their fathers and grandfather did and pay them proper recognition. They were pioneers and heroes. The testimonial are very touching and the use of original airplane wing's films completes the atmosphere. It's direct, informative and thorough. Gives the viewer the opportunity to see and feel what our countrymen went through. I hope this documentary will encourage others to walk the same path of courage and dedication.


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