O Som Ao Redor (Neighboring Sounds)
A 2012 Brazilian film by Kleber Mendonça Filho
Wednesday, April 03, 20137:30 PM - 10:00 PM
James Bridges Theatre, UCLA
Life in a middle-class neighborhood in present day Recife, Brazil, takes an unexpected turn after the arrival of an independent private security firm. The presence of these men brings a sense of safety and a good deal of anxiety to a culture which runs on fear. Meanwhile, Bia, married and mother of two, must find a way to deal with the constant barking and howling of her neighbor's dog. A slice of 'Braziliana', a reflection on history, violence and noise.
Q & A with film director Kleber Mendonça Filho following the screening.
In Portuguese with English subtitles
Watch the trailer:
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Cost : Free and open to the public
Download file: 4-3-13-O-Som-Ao-Rededo-bq-0fe.pdf
Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, Center for Brazilian Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, Consulate General of Brazil- Los Angeles