- Director:Marco Antônio Pereira
- Production:Urbano Filmes
The film addresses important social and political advances claimed through popular movements and enacted during the government of former President José Mojica in Uruguay.
Based on the testimonies of historians, artists, activists and politicians, historical facts unfold that explain the achievements of labor rights, the creation of the law of voluntary interruption of pregnancy, the regulation of cannabis, gender equity and racial issues.
The documentary illustrates the recent political and social issues in Uruguay, giving an overview to the public of our neighboring country, constituting good material to sharpen the debate on these controversial, current and extremely important issues.
The film premiered at Auditorio Del Sodre (Montevideo), was shown at Estação Net Botafogo (Rio de Janeiro) and at Cine Bancário (Porto Alegre). It is currently on display on Canal Curta and TV Tamanduá.