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Rated NR · 99 min. · 2010

Action/Adventure, Drama

Twenty-two year old Carmo would rather die than spend another day in the hellhole on the Brazil-Paraguay border where she lives. Marco, 37, is a lonesome, wheelchair-bound gaucho turned small time criminal. He has just arrived in town and desperately needs someone to help him unload a shipment of smuggled goods. What unfolds is an unlikely romance between two stray souls chased by bandidos and the police alike. A lawless, reckless journey of self-discovery through a jagged, breathtaking South American landscape.

Official Site: www.acontraluzfilms.eu
Director: Murilo Pasta
Writer: Murilo Pasta
Cast: Fele Martínez, Mariana Loureiro, Seu Jorge, Márcio Garcia, Paca Gabaldón, Rosi Campos, Norival Rizzo, Kiko Bertholini, Nanda Costa and Thaís Fersoza

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