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The Dead and The Others (Chuva é cantoria na aldeia dos mortos)
NAME OF FILM: THE DEAD AND THE OTHERS (CHUVA É CANTORIA NA ALDEIA DOS MORTOS)(2018)
DIRECTOR(S): João Salaviza and Renée Nader Messora
STARRING: Douglas Tiepre Krahô, Henrique Ihjãc Krahô, Iasmin Kropej Krahô
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: A 15-year-old indigenous Krahô from the north of Brazil, who runs away from home after he is called to direct his deceased father’s spirit to the village of the dead. Denying his tribal duty as a prospective shaman, Ihjãc instead resides in the nearby town of Itacajá against the advice of his wife (Raene Kôtô Krahô) and community. Shot on 16mm by co-director Nader Messora, The Dead and the Others is a dramatically intriguing, richly textured portrait of grief and the threats facing ancient traditions by modern society.
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