A Brazilian village that disappears from GPS maps, a mysterious massacre, a power outage, villainous mercenaries and perhaps even aliens… Free-spirited, rebellious and political, it’s Rocha meets Carpenter and Corbucci in this film featuring Udo Kier that drew raves at the last Cannes Festival.
In the arid plains of northern Brazil, a village suddenly disappears from GPS maps, while down the road, a mysterious massacre occurs. Then the power cuts out and night falls. To top it all off, there may be aliens on the prowl. Pretty soon, it seems like a wise idea to take up arms. Free-spirited, rebellious and cool, this politically-minded film blows cinema wide open with its obvious references (including Glauber Rocha, John Carpenter and Sergio Corbucci), its see-sawing genres and Udo Kier...
| 132 minutes | 2019
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