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A former student leader returns to Brazil from years of political exile after the military regime he fought is defeated. Unfortunately, his daughter is missing, and the police officer in charge of the investigation is the same officer who had tortured the protester's girlfriend during the student uprisings years ago.
Francisco Ramalho Jr.
Walter Marins, Armando Bogus, Marlene França, Regina Braga, Carina Cooper
Oca Cinematográfica; Embrafilme; Secretaria de Cultura do Estado de São Paulo
1979, torture, military dictatorship, police brutality, police violence, police, Francisco Ramalho Jr.
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