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Agência Pública presents:

Werk it, bro

General Audience 2016 15min

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"Arrasa, manx" is a portrait of the LGBT youth from the outskirts of São Paulo, made through two 19-year-old characters: Edy, nursing assistant man, homosexual, homosexual, Capão Redondo (south of São Paulo); and Jasmyn, a student, non-binary transsexual, living in the Edu Chaves Park in the north of the capital.

In a sensitive and non-invasive way, the documentary follows moments in the life of young people: going to work, a visit to a gay nightclub in Capão Redondo with Edy, the first set of Jasmyn as a drag queen, and his parade at LGBT Parade from Sao Paulo.

In the midst of the situations, the young people reveal their life experiences, diffusions, fears and dreams, allowing the viewer to take contact with a world curiously so little mentioned in the "traditional" gay culture: low income LGBT people

Directed by

Sofia Amaral

Produced by

Agência Pública de Jornalismo Investigativo

Coproduction

Canal Futura

Sponsorship

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Official Support

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Category

Documentary

4.5 rating
9 Screenings
146 audience
146 total aud.
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Werk it, bro (2016)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is available for public screening at Videocamp. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Sofia Amaral

Produced by Agência Pública de Jornalismo Investigativo

Coproduction Canal Futura

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Gender issues Sexuality

ODSs ODS 5 - Gender Equality

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard Portuguese BR

Close Caption --

Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

"Arrasa, manx" is a portrait of the LGBT youth from the outskirts of São Paulo, made through two 19-year-old characters: Edy, nursing assistant man, homosexual, homosexual, Capão Redondo (south of São Paulo); and Jasmyn, a student, non-binary transsexual, living in the Edu Chaves Park in the north of the capital.

In a sensitive and non-invasive way, the documentary follows moments in the life of young people: going to work, a visit to a gay nightclub in Capão Redondo with Edy, the first set of Jasmyn as a drag queen, and his parade at LGBT Parade from Sao Paulo.

In the midst of the situations, the young people reveal their life experiences, diffusions, fears and dreams, allowing the viewer to take contact with a world curiously so little mentioned in the "traditional" gay culture: low income LGBT people