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|Starring||Fernando Ramos da Silva, Jorge Julião|
|Supporting actors||Gilberto Moura, Edilson Lino, Zenildo Oliveira Santos, Claudio Bernardo, Israel Feres David, Jose Nilson Martin Dos Santos, Marília Pêra, Jardel Filho, Rubens de Falco, Elke Maravilha, Tony Tornado, Beatriz Segall, João José Pompeo, Rubens Rollo, Emilio Fontana, Luiz Serra, Ariclê Perez, Joe Kantor|
|MPAA rating||NR (Not Rated)|
|Rental rights||7-day viewing period. Details|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
He quickly adapts to the chaotic and often inhumane atmosphere.
This portrait of street life is like no other film I have seen, and several characters end up getting killed unexpectedly in incredibly horrible ways.
This is perhaps one of the most accurate depictions of life on the streets for millions of homeless, and parentless, children around the world.
Truly a chilling, and vivid account of Brazil's homeless children and teenagers. How they are used by corrupt police and other criminal organizations to commit crimes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A Bucket of Corn
I ordered the foreign DVD to see if there was any censorship differences between US and European versions. I saw no differences. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kenneth C. Beaudrie
I have the VHS video in which some parts were erased while viewing, That is why I bought the dvd to enojoy the entire film.Published 5 months ago by Roberto Rossetti
I loved this on. The realism, the dated, the actuality, the profoundness,.....Well done! It's not for every viewer; and not for youth 12 and under, most likely. Read morePublished 6 months ago by TRBear
very disturbing movie, it has meaning and an eye-opener view-pointPublished 8 months ago by Audrey Chaney
A superb movie depicting what street kids in Brazil go through to survive. I wonder who the real criminals are, where the police are brutal towards the kids, and the cover ups they... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Martin Mayhew