Habeas Corpus
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Habeas Corpus

General Audience 2005 20min

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The documentary is about Tatielle’s suffering, a young woman from Morrinhos, a town in Goiás state’s rural area. She was five months pregnant of a fetus that wouldn’t survive the delivery, when a judge authorized her to perform an abortion. A habeas corpus presented by a priestm who didn’t know Tatielle, stopped the medical procedure to interrupt the pregnancy. Tatielle was already feeling birth contractions when she was released from the hospital. Back to her city, Tatielle agonized for five days feeling the pains of a delivery that was prohibited by Religion, as well as the Justice system.

Directed by

Debora Diniz, Ramon Navarro

Produced by

Fabiana Paranhos

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Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Human Rights

5 rating
3 Screenings
40 audience
1.04 K total aud.
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Habeas Corpus (2005)

Age rating: General Audience

This movie is not available for download. The exhibition of the work can take place if there is internet connection. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Debora Diniz Ramon Navarro

Produced by Fabiana Paranhos

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights

ODSs ODS 3 - Good Health and Well-Being

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese

Standard English

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Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

The documentary is about Tatielle’s suffering, a young woman from Morrinhos, a town in Goiás state’s rural area. She was five months pregnant of a fetus that wouldn’t survive the delivery, when a judge authorized her to perform an abortion. A habeas corpus presented by a priestm who didn’t know Tatielle, stopped the medical procedure to interrupt the pregnancy. Tatielle was already feeling birth contractions when she was released from the hospital. Back to her city, Tatielle agonized for five days feeling the pains of a delivery that was prohibited by Religion, as well as the Justice system.