Somewhere In The Brazilian Savanna
Watch the Paulistas documentary film, so that you can get a glimpse of how life has changed in the Brazilian savanna.
Throughout history young people have ventured away from their childhood homes, so that they can search for a new life and new opportunities.
In some parts of the world that can have a dramatic effect, which is very true for rural Brazil.
The exodus of the youth combined with environmental and economic issues have permanently altered this area.
This film is fascinating and will make you think about the impact these changes have on people.
Release Date 6/30/2020
Paulistas, a rural region in the state of Goiás, is struggling to survive in the Brazilian savanna.
Its young people have left in a rural exodus; since 2014, no young people live in the region.
Monoculture farming and the exploitation of water resources have left Paulistas’ countryside cracked.
In July, it’s vacation time.
Children return from cities to visit their parents and life on the farm.
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