Not bad but definitely was quite underwhelming. Felt like a missed opportunity. Overall the character work is alright, the sadness of the situation and the lives is well conveyed but familiarity of the individual stories sorta made everything merge together where nothing quite stood out; it just goes on without making you truly care for its character and it also feels little stagey at times so there not much room for atmosphere to hide the flaws. There's a little subplot…
Rural Brazil a shithole where poverty has morally corrupted its people. The word love is mentioned in the synopsis but there's no love here; it's a portrait of how rotten, disgusting and fucked up the world is. Little unfocused with its character work and narrative but it succeeds with its pure and unflinching rawness.