Director's view of Brazilian film Bacurau
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Director's view of dystopian near-future film Bacurau

Bacurau is a new Brazilian film which presents a dystopian near-future where villagers in a remote rural community are selectively killed by US tourists on a lethal human safari.

The film has just won a key award at the Cannes Film Festival which should help it secure a foothold at art house cinemas around the world.

Talking Movies Tom Brook talks to the film's co-director Kleber Mendonca Filho.

Talking Movies can be seen on BBC World News

  • 30 May 2019
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