Araguaia Soldiers
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Araguaia Soldiers

14 years 2017 74min

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Araguaia Soldiers is a documentary that aims to give voice to the memories and traumas of low-ranking Brazilian Army recruits who fought in the bloody and nebulous Araguaia Guerrilla. Marginalized by official historiography for their membership in the Army and the Army itself for their denunciations against the corporation, these characters find here an unprecedented opportunity to share their version of the facts.

Directed by

Belisario Franca

Produced by

Bianca Lenti

Maria Carneiro da Cunha

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Sponsorship

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Official Support

CinebrasilTV

Category

Documentary

5 rating
81 Screenings
1.51 K audience
2.81 K total aud.
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Araguaia Soldiers (2017)

Age rating: 14 years

Content descriptors: Violence

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

Directed by Belisario Franca

Produced by Bianca Lenti Maria Carneiro da Cunha

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support CinebrasilTV

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Human Rights Social issues Conflict zones

ODSs ODS 8 - Decent Work and Economic Growth, ODS 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard Portuguese, English

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Sign Language --

Synopsis

Araguaia Soldiers is a documentary that aims to give voice to the memories and traumas of low-ranking Brazilian Army recruits who fought in the bloody and nebulous Araguaia Guerrilla. Marginalized by official historiography for their membership in the Army and the Army itself for their denunciations against the corporation, these characters find here an unprecedented opportunity to share their version of the facts.