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Bacurau When in 2016 the Brazilian Kleber Mendonça Filho brought to Cannes Doña Clara (Aquarius), the filmmaker Divine Love and his team took advantage of the red carpet to protest against the political situation in their country and what they called a “coup d’état” against President Dilma Rousseff “I am very proud of what I did then,” he recalled this morning before the press at the presentation of Bacurau, an extraordinary dystopia, a western that takes place in the Sertao, the area north of Brazil that so rarely appears in the movie theater. There a group of Americans is happily dedicated to a special hunting: human hunting.

What they do not intuit is that the locals, helped by a hallucinogen, are going to stand up. Bacurau, a town that does not really exist and a term that refers to a Brazilian bird, someone who goes out alone at night or with black skin, speaks of the rebellion before the authorities, of violence against the LGTBI collective -one of the actors, the transsexual Silvero Pereira, has taken advantage of the wheel to underline it-, of the growing feminine power. Like an onion, the layers of the film range from mere entertainment to incisive political drama.

Mendonça, who co-directs here with Juliano Dornelles, best known for his work as a production designer, Burning has been with the script since 2009. “In between, other films got in. But after the premiere of Doña Clara (Aquarius) we decided to accelerate the process”, clarify “I do not consider Bacurau a scientific analysis of how we are in Brazil and where we are going, but I do believe that it reflects the feelings that invade us.” On the other hand, Dornelles did sound more direct: “This dystopia can remind Brazil of today in many aspects”.

However, Mendonça did speak afterwards about the message of resistance to Bacurau’s oppression Ford v. Ferrari and its possible parallelism with the current Brazil: “In a democracy, citizens should not lose sight of the principles, although they govern others. Education is fundamental in In fact, the news has reached our film: today’s Brazil seems a dystopia “. The continuous cuts by the Government of Jair Bolsonaro have raised the tone of the director’s speech: “We can not accept as normal that the budget be cut by 30% to higher education.” My Boyfriend’s Meds His presence in Cannes coincides with the demonstrations against these cuts: “We want to express our pain before what is happening and we feel part of this movement,” he added.

During the filming of Bacurau, the government demanded Mendonça to return part of the aid received, 2.2 million reais for the production of Doña Clara: “And just when it was announced that we were coming to Cannes they brought the issue Dora and the Lost City of Gold back to the press It is not a coincidence, “he said before explaining that his lawyers are resorting to the return.

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