When three trash-picking boys from Rio’s slums find a wallet among the daily debris of their local landfill, little do they imagine that their lives are about to change forever. But when the local police show up offering a handsome reward for the wallet’s return, the boys, Rafael (RICKSON TÉVIS), Gardo (EDUARDO LUÍS) and Rato (GABRIEL WEINSTEIN) realize that what they’ve found must be important. With the help from two American missionaries – the disillusioned Father Julliard (MARTIN SHEEN) and his young assistant Olivia (ROONEY MARA) – the trio begins an extraordinary adventure as they discover that the wallet’s owner José Angelo (WAGNER MOURA) was working to uncover political corruption and now they must try to hang onto the wallet while they evade the police, led by the dangerous Frederico (SELTON MELLO).

The Herb of the Rat

Ele e Ela caminham por um cemitério a beira mar. Os pronomes são seus nomes. Os dois não se conhecem e são os únicos seres vivos no local. Num certo momento, entretanto, ao pisar errado em uma pedra solta no chão, Ela falseia e cai e neste momento é socorrida por Ele. Ela, professora, com o pai morto há apenas três dias, não tem mais ninguém no mundo. Diante de tal situação, Ele se propõe a cuidar d’Ela enquanto for vivo. Esse é o início de uma estranha relação.

Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury

The film narrates the love between Janaina and a native warrior who, when dying, takes the form of a bird. For six centuries, the story of the couple survives through four stages in the history of Brazil: 1500, when the country was discovered by the Portuguese explorers, 1800, in events during slavery; 1970, during the high point of the military dictatorship, and 2096, when there will be a war over water.