Special Edition – Brazilian Cinema: Seven Years in May and the representation of bloodstains on Brazil’s asphalt
Organized by Elcio Brasilio. Edited and reviewed by Anna Paula Bennech and Giovanna Imbernon. "The film's turning point is at the moment when there is the intervention of an interlocutor who, like Fael, is a young black man. He declares: "my story is just like yours". The clash between the traditional documentary interview with the fiction's counter-field removes the margins of support from a purely documentary scene and at the same time shifts the singularity of Fael's testimony to a testimony that is common to so many."