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Ôrí| 1hr : 34mins
Director: Raquel Gerber | Producer: Raquel Gerber
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Brazil
Subject Tags: americas, brazil, culture, human rights, identity, migration, race
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
While giving an overall look at the documented history of BLACK MOVEMENTS in Brazil (during the 70s and 80s), ORI tells the story of a woman, Beatriz Nascimento, activist and historian, who searches for her identity through research into the history of the "QUILOMBOS" as warrior establishments and focuses of cultural resistance, from 15th-century Africa to Brazil in the 20th century.

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