Twenty Years Later

1984 [PORTUGUESE]

Documentary

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IMDb Rating 8.4 10 1337

filmmaking military coup

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Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 10 / 10

The Neverending Brazilian Story

In 1962, in the country city of Sapé, Paraíba, the peasant leader João Pedro Teixeira is executed by those affected by his attempt of organizing the explored men of the field. In 1964, the CPC of UNE (a group of the students) and the Movimento de Cultura Popular de Pernambuco decide to make a movie about the life and death of João Pedro. On 26 February 1964, begins the shootings in Engenho Galiléa, Pernambuco, with the wife of João Pedro, Elizabeth Teixeira, performing the role of herself. Thirty-five days later, on April 1st 1964 – the day of the military coup-d'état and beginning of the military dictatorship, the location is invaded by the Brazilian Army, searching for subversives and Cubans and arresting the local leaders and crew-members. Seventeen years later, director Eduardo Coutinho returns to the location, and interview the survivors, looking for the members of Teixeira's family, shattered by the former regime.

"Cabra Marcado Para Morrer"is an amazing awarded Brazilian documentary, with impressive testimony of a political period of the shadows of our contemporary history. Although living presently in a democracy, it is sad to see that the same problems in the field remains unchangeable in the present days, or maybe worse than in those period. Even with a president former worker originated from the lower classes, the problem in the country remains unresolved. My vote is ten.

Title (Brazil): "Cabra Marcado Para Morrer" ("Dude Marked to Die")

Reviewed by brasil-3 10 / 10

Extremely Honest Documentary

A very fine and poignant documentary. Rarely does one see such brutally honest self-criticism in a film. No doubt, one of the best Brazilian documentaries.

Reviewed by danielpoeira 10 / 10

Brazil is more than Rio and the rainforest.

Brazil is more than Rio and the rainforest. Sometimes I wish it wasn't, like when I watch this movie. In the early 60s, farm workers in Pernambuco organized themselves against labor exploitaition. Some people tried to make a movie about it. But when the military dictatorship came, they have all been arrested. The movie was banned, people arrested, equipment taken, and the leader of the workers was murdered. In 1985, the original movie crew went back to the place and found the people, interviewing them to find out what happened through all these horror years.

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