|Directed by||Daniel Filho|
|Produced by||Daniel Filho|
|Written by||Bosco Brasil|
|Edited by||Diana Vasconcellos|
|Distributed by||Downtown Filmes|
Segismundo (Tony Ramos) is a former political police officer of Getúlio Vargas' government, who used to torture prisoners. In April 1945, he is the chief of the Immigration Office in Rio de Janeiro and, therefore, is in charge of preventing the entry of Nazis. Then, the Polish Clausewitz (Dan Stulbach) must convince him that he is a victim in order to gain access to the country.
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