Neighboring Sounds

Director: Kleber Mendonça Filho
Cast: Ana Rita Gurgel, Caio Almeida, Maeve Jinkings, Dida Maia, Felipe Bandeira, Gustavo Jahn, Irma Brown
Brazil, 2012, 131’, color
Portuguese, English, Mandarin, Persian with Turkish and English subtitles

Neighbouring Sounds takes place in a middle- class neighbourhood in present-day Recife, Brazil, where a private security firm opens an office. The presence of these new neighbours brings a sense of safety as well as an overriding sense of anxiety to the local culture. Maids, tutors, security guards, wealthy wives and their progeny engage ambivalently with their neighbours and their own identity, caught within urban, global, class and gendered behaviours.

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