Shot in Rio de Janeiro, the film sheds light on Brazil’s issue of public safety through testimonies of people who live or have lived amidst the everyday fight between drug traffickers and the police. The voices of mothers who have lost their children, former-traffickers and policemen are heard. The two sides of the same tragedy are unbiasedly presented to the audience.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, he majored in Social Communication before taking film courses in Brazil and London. He is an editor, director and producer. He was a founding partner of Urca Filmes and in 2012 he founded Jacqueline Filmes, a production company with projects that drive the audience toward critical thinking. He is the director of the features Geraldinos and Letter to the Future.