Anjos do Sol


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Anjos do Sol

  1. Sunday, October 28, 2012 6:30 p.m.
Still image from the film Anjos do Sol
Maria is an illiterate young girl who lives in the interior of northeastern Brazil. She is sold by her fisherman father to be employed as a housemaid for a wealthy businessman and his son. After being purchased, Maria is resold to a brothel located near a gold mining town in the Amazon rainforest. After months suffering with other girls, Maria runs away and hitchhikes across Brazil. When arriving in Rio de Janeiro, prostitution once again haunts her. (DigiBeta Presentation)

Portuguese language with English subtitles.

This series is sponsored by College of Arts and Humanities Institute, Themester, Center for the Study of Global Change, and IU Cinema. Special thanks to Global Migration specialist and activist Stepanka Korytova.