The remarks were made during an interview on Roda Viva, where he denounced the fascist’s attempt to censor his film about Marighella.
247 – Actor Wagner Mora said in an interview with Roda Viva on Monday (1/11) that his film about communist guerrilla Carlos Marigela, who was assassinated by the military dictatorship on November 4, 1969, “is not just about who resisted the military dictatorship in the 1960s and 1970s. The past, it’s about those who resist today in Brazil.”
For him, the film, which will be released on Thursday (4), also marks a whole history of Brazil. “[O filme] It also commemorates Canudos, Palmares, Malês Revolt and other popular revolts always said from the point of view of the Dominator.”
The actor noted threats to the film’s production and the attack by masked men on the MST field in Prado, Bahia, where the film will be shown. “I am not afraid of these people, they are cowards,” he stated. Report sheds from Folha de Sao Paulo.
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