BRAZIL: A REPORT ON TORTURE

BRAZIL: A REPORT ON TORTURE

    Price: $99.95

    Code: 1721
    Format: DVD

    Directed by Saul Landau and Haskell Wexler
    1971, 60 minutes
    Purchase: $99.95



    This video shows why young, idealistic students, well-to-do lawyers, priests, and poor working people often become identified as enemies of the state and, subsequently, torture victims. It features interviews with former political prisoners who recount their experiences of torture administered by Brazil's political police during the Sixties, when the country was ruled by a right-wing military regime.

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