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Viva Eu! (Long Live Me!)
1989
Color
18 minutes
US/Brazil/Spain
Portuguese
English subtitles

Viva Eu! (Long Live Me!)

This documentary is a tribute to Wilton Braga, a visionary artist who was one of the first people to be diagnosed with AIDS in Brazil. As Braga travels to Barcelona, New York and Sao Paolo, the film follows the quixotic journey of his last days.
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"...a bold and complex short piece that exemplifies why film is so enduring a medium for the most subtle of emotions." - Maria Maggenti, OUTWEEK
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