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The strange friendship between two men of opposite social classes. Miguel is a senator. His childhood friend Jorge is a major drug-dealer. In the 1970s, they meet in prison: Miguel was ... See full summary »
The true story of the director Lucia Murat's younger brother , Heitor, who is sent to London by his well to do family to avoid the possibility of joining his director/writer sister Ms. ... See full summary »
Fantasies and clichés about Brazil and Brazilians as reinforced by international films, even those actually shot in Brazil. This documentary features interviews with non-Brazilian directors... See full summary »
Philippe de Broca,
A journalist is placed upon the management of a large broadcasting company to the capital of Brazil at the time of local elections. She must now face ideological and ethical questions, ... See full summary »
José de Abreu
Each citizen of Jotuomba plays an integral role in village life. Madalena is responsible for baking bread; each morning she stacks her rolls as Antonio prepares the coffee. The two share a ... See full summary »
In a small city of Brazil, a woman named Flor marries a man named Vadinho, but once married she finds that he is a good-for-nothing. She works teaching cooking and he takes all of her money... See full summary »
Are there right and wrongs in a war? What should be forgiven, forgotten? Former Brazilian revolutionaries gather to support an old friend at the hospital. But she was the one that could maintain the group together. Now that she is passing away, they are afraid of intimately realizing what the revolutionary days in the past represent, besides the glorious feeling of contributing to the cause of a democratic country. Nonetheless, mistakes were committed, people got hurt. They now discuss if what they did was really worth it. The terrorists, as they were called by the dictatorship, are ready to face the past and tell the world what happened in those hard days. Will the other side admit their mistakes as well?
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