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Cano Serrado

A sergeant seeks revenge for his brother's death in a corrupt police force in the Brazilian savanna.


Why watch this film?

Brasilia becomes the setting for a western in 'Cano Serrado', a film by director Erik de Castro ('Federal'). The story shows police corruption through Sergeant Sebastião, who seeks to avenge his brother's death. An interesting movie, it brings up a debate about hierarchy, public servants, and who we can really trust. The production features great performances by Rubens Caribé, Paulo Miklos, Jonathan Haagensen, Erik Doria, and Milhem Cortaz.



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Plot summary

Central-West region of Brazil. A vast tropical savanna ecoregion called “Cerrado”. And which brings a vast history of violence, brutality and struggle for honor.

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