Why watch this film?
"Jaguaretê-avá: Pantanal em chamas" is a documentary by Lawrence Whaba that narrates the events of the worst fire that has ever affected the Pantanal, when about 30% of the biome was burned in 2020. The production is very relevant for showing the strength of the biome, using the myth of the man-jaguar, the Jaguaretê Ava. The protagonists of this feature are the jaguars, part of the animals affected by the incident. Amanaci, Ousado and Ague are the owners of the narrative and through "Jaguaretê-avá: Pantanal em chamas" we get to know their stories. The production is creative, brings a different point of view of the fire and still makes an alert about the importance of environmental balance, those who suffer the most are those who have no relation to the damage that man has done to nature.