But why would he ever commit such a senseless and awful task like kidnapping and ransom? It sounds simple enough, for a documentary no less, but trust me, it gets better. Sooner than later, Bus becomes more about the criminal himself, and the society in which he was brought up in, why there is so much crime in such a place like Brazil, the lower-class, the politicians, the law enforcement, the corruption, the sex, the drugs, the booze, the madness, the insanity, the violence, and above all else, the death. Lots and lots of that, actually.
Filmmakers have announced they are re-editing pic to sharpen its focus and cut out excess. As well as being voted best documentary by auds at the recent Rio fest, it also won the best film award by the Fipresci jury. More Reviews Video Game Review: Sleeping under the portico of the Candelaria church with a bunch of homeless kids, he survived a massacre at the hands of what were probably plainclothes cops, who shot and killed the sleeping children.
According to testimony gathered by the filmmakers, the memory of these murders haunted Bus 174. Sandro first landed in a juvenile detention center after being caught mugging drivers at stoplights, and then ended up in a hellish jail.
A social worker sees Sandro as a survivor of Candelaria with no helping hand from society; a psychologist judges him an introvert with a severe learning disability; and his foster mother recalls a gentle boy incapable of killing anyone.
Helmer Padilha compassionately presents him as the prototypical street kid who rose up to confront society as a dangerous criminal, demanding visibility, while his death ferociously closes a circle of hate opened at Candelaria.
Editor and associate director Felipe Lacerda keeps the tension high by contrasting this background material with actual video footage of the hijacking, which dragged on for nearly five hours.
Aboard a city bus, Sandro holds a gun to the heads of his female hostages, threatening to kill them. As news crews swarm to the scene unrestrained by the police, he puts on a violent show for the cameras. Yet as the survivors recount, it was all a show in which they were made to participate.
While he talked tough to the police, he whispered to them that he had no intention of hurting anyone. Frustratingly, pic fails to explain how the incident began or even the number of hostages taken, information that audiences unfamiliar with the news coverage would find most useful.
The end of the hijacking also flashes by too rapidly. Careful recutting could take the two-hour-plus film a long way in the direction of comprehensibility and a substantially shorter running time.
Bus Brazil Production: Produced by Jose Padilha, Marcos Prado. Directed, written by Jose Padilha. Want to read more articles like this one? Subscribe to Variety Today.Bus on DVD July 20, This documentary captures what happened in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 12th, when Bus was highjacked by an armed young man, San.
Bus on DVD July 20, This documentary captures what happened in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on June 12th, when Bus was highjacked by an armed young man, San.
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Oct 24, · The conclusion of "Bus " is both surprising and inevitable. The bus hijacking captured the public's attention in a way that dramatized the plight of the homeless, and the film, by documenting the conditions of Sandro de Nascimiento and countless others, shows that the journey began long before the passengers boarded the bus/5.
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Bus (Portuguese: Ônibus ) is a Brazilian film released on October 22, It is the debut film of director José Padilha and co-director Felipe Lacerda. Sandro do Nascimento, a young man from a poor background, bungled a robbery and ended up holding the passengers on a bus hostage for four hours.