Discovery Atlas: Brazil Revealed

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The best documentary on modern Brazil available. As expected, covering the most common topics about Brazil (Amazonas, carnival, soccer, beaches and cities shanti), but in an almost objective.

The documentary focuses on what is probably more attractive to foreigners and, unfortunately, leaves out ordinary people in major cities in Brazil, where most of the population, the northeast coast of beautiful and rich European heritage southern Brazil, but gives a good overview of how some lives means Joe, which is great.

Just be warned if you plan to visit Brazil in the short term, is likely to be a little disappointed not to see most of the things shown here unless they really want.

Especially since Brazil is huge and very different from one place to another and secondly, because the documentary is more concerned with what is very picturesque with what is common.

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