The rise and fall of Wilson Simonal, Brazilian singer who enjoyed great success during the 60s and early 70s. Simonal captivated audiences, seduced women and was the envy of men. An artist with a great voice, a first class interpreter, charismatic and with success and fame constantly smiling at him. But none of this saved Simonal from making the biggest mistake of his life: pretending to be a military dictatorship protege to teach a foe a lesson. From then on, he was labeled a rat by all media outlets in the country and saw his career sunk.
He began his career as an editor in film and television productions, having edited the documentaries Língua - Vidas em português (2001), Amyr Klink - Endless Sea (2002) and Onde a coruja dorme (2012). He was the artistic manager of the TvZero production company for more than ten years, where he supervised, from development to post-production, all of the company’s film projects. He co-directed with Roberto Berliner the award-winning documentary Born to Be Blind (2004)