A 2011 film directed by Lucia Murat
A 2011 film directed by Lucia Murat, is the story of three brothers who reach adolescence in the late 1960s. The documentary's drama storyline is guided by the younger sibling's story. Heitor is sent to London by his family, worried that he would enter the struggle for freedom against the Brazilian dictatorship. In London, however, Heitor dives head on into the "Swinging London" and, just like the European and American youth of the time period, he experiments with drugs and the mystic allure of India.
In Portuguese with English subtitles
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