A 2012 film by Julia Murat
This film, directed by Julia Murat, tells a story of Jutuomba, a once a flourishing region that prospered on returns from its coffee plantations during the 1800s boom. Over time it became a place lost to the world, abandoned by the railroads and inhabited by an aging population that has forgotten what it's like to be young.
98 minutes | In Portuguese with English subtitles
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Cost: Free and open to the public
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Sponsor(s): Center for Brazilian Studies, Consulate General of Brazil- Los Angeles
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