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Barbosa

Brazil, 1988 (MIFF 1989, Fiction)

Director: Ana Luiza Azevedo, Jorge Furtado

A man returns to his childhood — to the day Brazil lost the 1950 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro. Can he re-write his country's destiny? Can he save Barbosa the goalkeeper from 'becoming the man who made Brazil cry?'

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