To mark the campaign “16 Days of Activism for the End of Violence against Women” and the passing of “National Day of Black Awareness”, CineMUSA brings the award-winning “Paris Square”. The screening of the film will take place this Friday, at 2 pm, in the auditorium of the Institute of Collective Health of UFBA. Admission is free.

Set in Rio de Janeiro, the work presents issues such as violence, racism and inequalities through the senses, the experience and the relationship developed by the two protagonists. Gloria (Grace Passô) and Camila (Joana de Verona) are women whose life histories put them on opposite worlds: one is a black woman from the outskirts, a university attendant where the other, a white, middle-class psychologist, post-graduate. University graduate.

An interesting opportunity to reflect on empathy and oppression and discuss the human and social contradictions of an unequal country like ours.