The Forgotten Boys of Brazil (Menino 23)
A History of Nazis in Brazil

The Forgotten Boys of Brazil (Menino 23) - A History of Nazis in Brazil
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Valerie

Fascinating and disturbing sounds right. What a tragic story, one I had never heard before. This is a traditional doc-film. It feels more like academic storytelling but is worth the watch if the topic sparks interest.

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