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City of God (2002)

Fernando Meirelles' City of God. "This film opens a world that is largely unseen by the developed West, telling a nail-biting story that accurately reflects generations of children lost to a world we wouldn't wish on anyone. Queasiness at an opening scene where live chickens are beheaded for the cooking pot is soon put into insignificance as we realize the horrific cheapness of human life."

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City of God (2002)

The editing in this film was unreal. Talking about City of God taught me the dynamics of drug-dealership in a gang-ruled territory.

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How we made City of God

Humans are like lions; if they have the opportunity to seize power from somebody, they’ll take it, as “The Lion King” clearly depicts. Humanity’s de