Blind March
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Salvatore Filmes presents:

Blind March

12 years 2018 89 min

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Brazil has the most lethal police in the world and it reflects directly in the violent performance during street manifestations, mainly in São Paulo, letting people blind, injured and dozens of political prisoners. Situations that remind us of the times of the military dictatorship in Brazil(1964-1985) and threaten the freedom of expression. That violent march still goes on, but we cannot see the way through the dense cloud of tear gas.

Directed by

Gabriel Di Giacomo

Produced by

Salvatore Filmes

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Category

Documentary

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6 Screenings
47 audience
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Blind March (2018)

Age rating: 12 years

Content descriptors: Violence, Criminal Acts, Strong Content

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Gabriel Di Giacomo

Produced by Salvatore Filmes

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Politics Conflict zones

ODSs ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard Portuguese BR, English, Spanish

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Sign Language --

Synopsis

Brazil has the most lethal police in the world and it reflects directly in the violent performance during street manifestations, mainly in São Paulo, letting people blind, injured and dozens of political prisoners. Situations that remind us of the times of the military dictatorship in Brazil(1964-1985) and threaten the freedom of expression. That violent march still goes on, but we cannot see the way through the dense cloud of tear gas.