Film - Documentary | November 14 | 7-9 p.m. | 160 Kroeber Hall
A palpable sense of unease hangs over a single city block in the coastal town of Recife, Brazil. Home to prosperous families and the servants who work for them, the area is ruled by an aging patriarch and his sons. When a private security firm is reluctantly brought in to protect the residents from a recent spate of petty crime, it unleashes the fears, anxieties, and resentments of a divided society haunted by its troubled past. 131 minutes. Portuguese with English subtitles.
One of the strongest feature debuts of the last decade.
Robert Abele, The Los Angeles Times
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