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Based on 4 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
A stirring, broad-strokes account of the founding of Brazil’s Xingu National Park... Boasting breathtaking cinematography, remote, rarely seen locations and charismatic thesping.
The movie covers almost three decades choppily. But Mr. Camarago and Mr. Miguel convey the stubborn commitment that made the brothers so revered by the tribes.
The Hollywood Reporter
Awkwardly condensing more than 20 years into a running-time well under two hours, director/co-writer Cao Hamburger needs a bigger canvas for his well-intentioned but underpowered saga.
Village Voice
The white saviors are flat, 2D manifestations of virtue... And the film's Indians? They aren't characters at all.

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