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Posted on the 10 June 2016 by Kaiser31083 @andythemovieguy
Pixote Abandoned and forgotten children embark down a bleak and irrevocable life of crime, which includes everything from drugs and prostitution to murder, on the streets of Sao Paolo. With Pixote, Hector Babenco takes a neorealist, documentary impersonate approach while immersing his film in the hopeless, variant sociocircles of his young, Brazilian inner city cast, many of whom were plucked right from those very streets, in a work that has the feel of subsequent, acclaimed slum movies (Kids, City of God) which were likely inspirations. *** 1/2 out of ****

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