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Marcelo Nascimento da Rocha
During the Carnival in the historical site of Pelourinho (Salvador, Bahia, Brazil), we follow the lives of the tenants of a falling-to-pieces tenement house who try to get by using creativity, irony, humor and music.
Interesting if you want to know what happened to the cast
This documentary is nice if you are curious about what happened to the cast. And between the stories you can see white privilege popping up. Sadly there is no clear story line, just interviews and footage stitched together in some sort of chronology. It's just an hour, yet the producers had a hard time gathering the interviews as there is much fluff and wasted time.
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