1984 film by director Nelson Pereira dos Santos
Memoirs of Prison (Memórias do cárcere)
Dos Santos planned to follow up Vidas Secas immediately with an adaptation of Graciliano Ramos' account of his time as a political prisoner in the 1930s but political realities after the coup of 1964 delayed the project two decades. Taking up Ramos' story just before the then government's anti-communist crackdown, dos Santos follows the author's ordeal as a prisoner, but also his journey as an intellectual encountering in his fellow prisoners the humanity he'd only theorized before as a political abstraction.
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