Blood and Wine: A Brazilian Story
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Blood and Wine: A Brazilian Story
Celebrated Brazilian director João Batista de Andrade's Blood and Wine: A Brazilian Story operates on two levels - the personal and the sociopolitical - thus suggesting a Brazilian version of Marco Tullio Giordana's 2003 La Meglio Gioventu. On one plane, it observes daily events from the lives of an average Brazilian clan as the decades pass, and as the individual lives are shaped and molded by the national changes that swirl around them; on another, the film ambitiously relays the various events per se that shaped Brazilian history during the second half of the 21st century, including… More