Saudade Beach, Piedade. Known for its delicious dogfish stew and cold beer, and run by Dona Carminha and her son Omar, the Paraíso do Mar bar is one of the keys points of local resistance against the predatory advance of the Petrogreen oil corporation. With the arrival of Aurélio, a businessman representing the interests of the company, the family's daily life is shaken, bringing out long hidden secrets and an unusual connection with Sandro, owner of a porn theater across town.
From the beginning of his career as an actor and film club organizer in Caruaru, he has built a career that includes the making of some of the most iconic films in contemporary Brazilian cinema. Between Amarelo Manga, Baixio das Bestas, Febre do Rato and Big Jato, his work has been exhibited and awarded at festivals such as Berlin, Rotterdam, Havana and Brasilia.