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White Out, Black In (2014)

Branco Sai, Preto Fica (original title)
Shots at a black music party in the outskirts of Brasilia injure two men that get scarred for life. A third man comes from the future to investigate what happened and to prove that it is all the society's fault.

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Adirley Queirós
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Credited cast:
Marquim do Tropa Marquim do Tropa
Dilmar Durães Dilmar Durães
Gleide Firmino Gleide Firmino
Dj Jamaika Dj Jamaika
Shockito Shockito
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Shots at a black music party in the outskirts of Brasilia injure two men that get scarred for life. A third man comes from the future to investigate what happened and to prove that it is all the society's fault.

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The story is set in Ceilandia City in the Brazilian capital district. The name Ceilandia comes originally from CEI acronym which in portuguese stands for Center for Exclusion of Invasions (Centro de Exclusao de Invasoes) which was at the time an attempted to stop the grow of slums inside the new capital (Brasilia). See more »

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Oddball Brazil Rap Sci Fi Gets Points for Weirdness and Humor
22 October 2019 | by lchadbou-326-26592See all my reviews

This trippy little Brazil entry, made on a Grade Z budget, combines several threads, not always successfully: a disabled black DJ works out of a basement in labor class housing on the edge of the capital Brasilia and plays wild riffs on rap in Portuguese ( which is something to hear in itself) and reminisces about a 198os social club that played different kinds of music and was raided by cops.Another man ponders his leg injury, both of these accidents caused by police brutality.A man travels thru time, in a metal storage unit that shakes back and forth like a poor man's version of the TARDIS from Dr.Who. A plan to get now required passports to travel to the capital and then "bomb" the city with a musical time capsule is prepared...Even a film of only 89 minutes like this one can drag from time to time when ideas are repeated and cheaply composed images seem flat and uninteresting, but there is much rich humor along the way and the effort seems worth appreciating for its overall oddness.The title by the way comes from what the cops say when they raid the dance hall: the blacks go into the paddy wagon, the whites are allowed to scatter.


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Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

19 March 2015 (Brazil) See more »

Also Known As:

Blanco fuera, negro dentro See more »

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Cinco da Norte See more »
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1.66 : 1
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