Month: May 2012


Having the NATO in Chicago was scarier than I could imagine. The strategy was to make it difficult to get to downtown, and easy to go home. Some policemen looked like they were ready to beat any protester while others were bored, talking to their colleagues or just checking their mobile phones. An average of […]

It’s all True, by Orson Welles [É tudo Verdade, de Orson Welles]

It is a master piece, and a huge lesson about Brazil’s culture. I am astonished with Orson’s sight, and how he fell in love with Brazilians. It is impressive! Besides the fact that it is *still* all true. Nothing really changed. Review by Vincent Canby (NY Times): It’s All True: Reconstructing the Tale Of a Wellesian […]