Mariel and her husband, happily married and expecting a baby, are moving from the apartment they currently rent to a larger apartment they have just booked for purchase. She is an architect, and her boss left him in charge of designing how the illumination of a collection of works of art should be. Everything goes very well for Mariel, but at the last ultrasound something is not right. The gestation of his embryo was interrupted. She lives from now on with the death she carries inside.
Biography of Mariel Mariscot, a police officer who in the 1970s was part of the death squad, a group that killed poor people in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro.
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The LGBT activists resisting Bolsonaro's Brazil. Marielle Franco, a Brazilian LGBT and human rights activist, was killed in March 2018. Her widow, Monica Benicio, continued her fight for better treatment of the poor, the LGBT community and black Brazilians. The case of her murder has still not been solved and, as the police investigation drifts, Monica is a plunged into a new crisis: the probable election of Jair Bolsonaro.
Eighteen people born between 1953 to 1955 were filmed by Junge and his wife Barbara at regular intervals from 1961 to 2007 in a variety of situations which were both public as well as more having a more personal accent (such as the death of a relative).
A rare look inside Cuba’s LGBT community, this compelling film follows the efforts of Mariela Castro, daughter of President Raúl Castro, as she champions LGBT social reforms and acceptance of diversity.