22 June 2010
In DIARIO DE UMA BUSCA (Diary, Letters, Revolutions), the director tells the story of her father, Brazilian activist Celso Afonso Gay de Castro, whose life was intertwined with the political struggles that shattered Latin America starting in the 1960s. His life was a combination of repeated exiles and political activism, from the enthusiasm and hope of the early days until the disillusion of his final years. He died tragically at age 41, in the apartment of an Nazi he was perhaps investigating on. A two-part film, featuring a childhood lived in exile, crossed by the father's letters...
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