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I died in Mare| 16mins
Director: Patrick Vanier, Marie Naudascher | Producer: Agencia Publica
Focus Years: 2014 | Country: Brazil
Subject Tags: americas, brazil, crime, oppression, poverty, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
This documentary has been produced thanks to a crowdfunding campaign organized by the São Paulo based agency « Pública ». « I died in Maré » documents how the children of the Maré favela, in Rio de Janeiro, see themselves and the violence that surrounds them. Today, Maré is one of Rio's most dangerous favelas, torn by drug gang rivalries as well as constant invasions by military and civil police. How do the children understand this reality? What are their fears? After weeks following these children, they eventually draw us pictures of their reality. It's too risky to talk too much...
I died in Mare | 16mins

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