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Here we have a religious conlict par excellence. In this ilm we see a clear struggle between the hegemonic religion and the repressed reli- gions, something that Cunha has analyzed in her studies.

It is a discrete intolerance, but it has taken on a greater proportion, such as in the case of a girl stoned after leaving worship in an Umbanda terreiro Cunha a, b. O Auto da Compadecida was directed by Guel Arraes and launched in Both are poor, like most of the inhabitants in the region.

We hear shots and shouting outside.

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It is the cangaceiro called Severino Marcos Nanini. During the conlict he kills the bishop Lima Duarte , the priest, the sacristan, the baker and his wife. In heaven, all meet for the judgment of the dead. Severino and his henchman are acquitted and sent to paradise. After discussing the possibilities of getting around the promise made, they decide to give all the money to the church.

In this dramatic comedy we see a lot of the relationship between con- lict and religion. Conlict, as in the previous ilm, is between popular belief, full of subversion, subterfuges, and mischief, the oicial religion of the bishop and priest, which is also corruptible, and the violence of the cangaceiros, who also believe.

In heaven, on the day of judgment, Jesus Christ and Mary, the Compassionate, cor- roborate this theology lived in everyday life and in mischief, a theology that justiies human life and struggle. Religious elements of popular Catholicism and African-Brazilian religi- osity do not create mutual friction; they also do not create friction with the atmosphere of partying and excesses, nor with the explicit sexuality, the julio3 est. For her, Carnival is an opportunity for the Devil to possess people and make them err from the true path, the true faith, represented by her Evangelical church.

Shutting of the water is her way of ighting evil in the name of the faith. Her two small children trick their mother and also have fun on Carnival. One of the Pelourinho tradesmen, both- ered by the presence of the so-called trombadinhas—children who live on the streets and commit petty thefts and crimes, something which is harmful to trade—asks a policeman who owes him money to give the children a fright. Highly relevant for this study is the scene, almost at the end of the ilm, when Dona Joana, worried because her children are taking so long to come home, goes to Dona Raimunda, whom she usually accuses of being a follower of Satan, and asks her to cast the conchs to see what has happened to her children.

Raimunda, in a trance, collapses at the news given to her by the conches: the boys have been killed. We thus see that there is a religious conlict between the Pentecostal Protestant faith, with its exclusivism and intolerance towards other reli- gions, especially those of African origin, and the profane, mundane, and sexual practices, such as Carnival. On the other hand, Dona Joana herself uses the conches to ind out where her children are.

With the tragic, vio- lent death of the boys, religious diferences become relative.

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In the three movies we have a comical element and a tragic element. In all three we see the people involved in organizing their beliefs in their own way, independently of the religious institution. In all three, conlict, vio- lence, and death are present. At the age of 18, he sees his idea receding, since players are usually discovered at an earlier age. Reginaldo Kaique de Jesus Santos , the youngest, looks obsessively for his father, who is a bus driver.

All of them, apparently, are sons of diferent fathers and were brought up by Cleuza Sandra Corveloni , their mother, who works as a house- hold servant and is pregnant again by another father. Cleuza struggles on her own, as father and mother at the same time, to support her sons, maintain the precarious house on the outskirts, where the sink is always blocked, capturing a reality that occurs very often in Brazil today.

Although she is pregnant, she smokes and drinks to relieve tension. She also a fan of the Corinthians. In some scenes she is shown making wishes and praying for her favorite team. Soccer here is the most religious element that frames the entire drama Canassa, R. Practically all these possibilities go wrong.

Dario does not manage to stand out suiciently to build a career as a soccer player. Dinho goes back to drinking, loses his job, and appears to lose faith.

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Denis steals and, as he lees, abducts someone. Cleuza feels the birth pangs of one more child that is arriving. Reginaldo steals a bus and drives of aimlessly through the city.

Despite the praying and bless- ings, the woman does not walk again. Two attempts, one on the day of julio3 est. Adam her baptism in the river, fail. Linha de Passe, 44 years after God and the Devil in the Land of the Sun, appears to place its protagonists in the same place—with regard to their lack of prospects.

Linha de Passe ends without hope. In Linha de Passe religion and conlict are summarized in a single word: lament. Signiicant in this sense is when Dinho, halfway through the ilm, reads to a sister in the faith, Dona Rosa, a verse of what appears to be Psalm 13 and Psalm How long, wilt thou forget me, o Lord?

Dinho goes on reading: How long wilt thou hide thy face from me? And Dinho goes on: For my days are consumed like smoke and my bones are burned as a hearth. Dinho preaches: My heart is smitten and withered like grass, so that I forget to eat my bread. Indeed, it is not by chance that religion is something so basic and constitutive in Brazil, in a context marked by such a great conlict, injus- tice, violence, and lack of prospects.

In this context the ilms analyzed here present a lived religion that seeks to face a reality or that contributes to relieve or to further conlict and violence.

What characterizes this lived religion that is present in this context of conlict and violence? It is certainly a religion that is highly attuned with what Schultz calls a nebula. It is a religion that does not despise the presence of God, even when God appears to be more at a soccer game than in church, as in the case of Linha de Passe.

Likewise, in Auto da Compadecida we have a particularly out- standing place for the Devil, who knows human personalities and their dilemmas. Evil is very present in the institutional church itself, which is intolerant and allied with power, as one sees in the Keeper of Promises and in the work of Glauber Rocha.

In Auto da Compadecida one goes easily from one place to another. Religion in ilms is a hybrid, variegated, rhizomatic religion, a reli- gion that is in-diferent to the dogmas and institutional liturgies Schultz , p.

Animals— donkey and dog—are as important as people in the divine economy. Resigniications are freely created, as for instance the prophecies and messianic interpretations in God and the Devil in the Land of the Sun; sacking and pillaging, sacriicing children are combined with the apocalyptic hope of the backlands that will be transformed into an ocean and a rain of gold. Sacriices, the search for perfection, and the ideal of holiness are also present in this Brazilian religious nebula.

A question that can be asked is to what extent this lived religion pres- ent in the ilms analyzed here is the result of the conlictive, violent, and ambiguous context of Brazil, and to what extent this religion con- tributes—or not—to human dignity and social change in this context.

Everything leads to believe that it is so. Although the lived religion may not seek to overcome violence and its generating forces, it seeks to placate julio3 est. Religion here is a form of dissimulation, as efective forms of change inside and outside the ield of religion are not available, as pointed out by Schultz: hose who dissimulate generally are in a non-privileged position, and the structure of dissimulation ultimately becomes a strategy for survival, and not precisely an experience.

Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. Alves, R. Campinas: Papirus. Barreira Jr. O vaqueiro, o peni- tente e o cangaceiro: messianismo no ilme Deus e o diabo na terra do sol de Glauber Rocha. Bof, L. Depois de anos que Brasil queremos? Canassa, R. Cunha, M.

Deus e o Diabo na terra Brasil. Adam DaMatta, R.

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In both ilms the social and political conlict present in the Brazilian context can be very clearly seen, and the role of religion is also evident. Religion permeates the social and political conlict.

What brings the friars to torture and prison is religious conviction, resistance to the dictato- rial regime based on the Christian faith, as a true sacriice, a baptism of blood. Here too it is a view of religion, in this case a critical theology of a political nature, that clashes with the hegemonic and absolute system of the dictatorship. Disputes here take place between popular Catholicism, religious syncretism, and religions julio3 est.

His best friend is a donkey, called Nicolau. Adam as they can access only the church steps; sensationalist newspapers and politicians transform his promise of giving land to the poor into a cry for land reform; an author of books wants to make money by writing the story of the keeper of promises; his wife, Rosa, tired of waiting, betrays him with the neighborhood pimp Geraldo Del Rey.

Here we have a religious conlict par excellence. In this ilm we see a clear struggle between the hegemonic religion and the repressed reli- gions, something that Cunha has analyzed in her studies. It is a discrete intolerance, but it has taken on a greater proportion, such as in the case of a girl stoned after leaving worship in an Umbanda terreiro Cunha a, b. O Auto da Compadecida was directed by Guel Arraes and launched in Both are poor, like most of the inhabitants in the region. We hear shots and shouting outside.

It is the cangaceiro called Severino Marcos Nanini. During the conlict he kills the bishop Lima Duarte , the priest, the sacristan, the baker and his wife. In heaven, all meet for the judgment of the dead. Severino and his henchman are acquitted and sent to paradise. After discussing the possibilities of getting around the promise made, they decide to give all the money to the church. In this dramatic comedy we see a lot of the relationship between con- lict and religion.

Conlict, as in the previous ilm, is between popular belief, full of subversion, subterfuges, and mischief, the oicial religion of the bishop and priest, which is also corruptible, and the violence of the cangaceiros, who also believe. In heaven, on the day of judgment, Jesus Christ and Mary, the Compassionate, cor- roborate this theology lived in everyday life and in mischief, a theology that justiies human life and struggle.

Religious elements of popular Catholicism and African-Brazilian religi- osity do not create mutual friction; they also do not create friction with the atmosphere of partying and excesses, nor with the explicit sexuality, the julio3 est. For her, Carnival is an opportunity for the Devil to possess people and make them err from the true path, the true faith, represented by her Evangelical church. Shutting of the water is her way of ighting evil in the name of the faith.

Her two small children trick their mother and also have fun on Carnival. One of the Pelourinho tradesmen, both- ered by the presence of the so-called trombadinhas—children who live on the streets and commit petty thefts and crimes, something which is harmful to trade—asks a policeman who owes him money to give the children a fright. Highly relevant for this study is the scene, almost at the end of the ilm, when Dona Joana, worried because her children are taking so long to come home, goes to Dona Raimunda, whom she usually accuses of being a follower of Satan, and asks her to cast the conchs to see what has happened to her children.

Raimunda, in a trance, collapses at the news given to her by the conches: the boys have been killed. We thus see that there is a religious conlict between the Pentecostal Protestant faith, with its exclusivism and intolerance towards other reli- gions, especially those of African origin, and the profane, mundane, and sexual practices, such as Carnival. On the other hand, Dona Joana herself uses the conches to ind out where her children are.

With the tragic, vio- lent death of the boys, religious diferences become relative. In the three movies we have a comical element and a tragic element.

O Santo e a Porca

In all three we see the people involved in organizing their beliefs in their own way, independently of the religious institution. In all three, conlict, vio- lence, and death are present. At the age of 18, he sees his idea receding, since players are usually discovered at an earlier age. Reginaldo Kaique de Jesus Santos , the youngest, looks obsessively for his father, who is a bus driver.

All of them, apparently, are sons of diferent fathers and were brought up by Cleuza Sandra Corveloni , their mother, who works as a house- hold servant and is pregnant again by another father. Cleuza struggles on her own, as father and mother at the same time, to support her sons, maintain the precarious house on the outskirts, where the sink is always blocked, capturing a reality that occurs very often in Brazil today. Although she is pregnant, she smokes and drinks to relieve tension.

She also a fan of the Corinthians. In some scenes she is shown making wishes and praying for her favorite team. Soccer here is the most religious element that frames the entire drama Canassa, R.

Practically all these possibilities go wrong. Dario does not manage to stand out suiciently to build a career as a soccer player. Dinho goes back to drinking, loses his job, and appears to lose faith. Denis steals and, as he lees, abducts someone. Cleuza feels the birth pangs of one more child that is arriving.

Reginaldo steals a bus and drives of aimlessly through the city. Despite the praying and bless- ings, the woman does not walk again. Two attempts, one on the day of julio3 est. Adam her baptism in the river, fail. Linha de Passe, 44 years after God and the Devil in the Land of the Sun, appears to place its protagonists in the same place—with regard to their lack of prospects. Linha de Passe ends without hope. In Linha de Passe religion and conlict are summarized in a single word: lament.

Signiicant in this sense is when Dinho, halfway through the ilm, reads to a sister in the faith, Dona Rosa, a verse of what appears to be Psalm 13 and Psalm How long, wilt thou forget me, o Lord? Dinho goes on reading: How long wilt thou hide thy face from me?

And Dinho goes on: For my days are consumed like smoke and my bones are burned as a hearth.

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Dinho preaches: My heart is smitten and withered like grass, so that I forget to eat my bread. Indeed, it is not by chance that religion is something so basic and constitutive in Brazil, in a context marked by such a great conlict, injus- tice, violence, and lack of prospects.

In this context the ilms analyzed here present a lived religion that seeks to face a reality or that contributes to relieve or to further conlict and violence. What characterizes this lived religion that is present in this context of conlict and violence?

It is certainly a religion that is highly attuned with what Schultz calls a nebula. It is a religion that does not despise the presence of God, even when God appears to be more at a soccer game than in church, as in the case of Linha de Passe.

Likewise, in Auto da Compadecida we have a particularly out- standing place for the Devil, who knows human personalities and their dilemmas. Evil is very present in the institutional church itself, which is intolerant and allied with power, as one sees in the Keeper of Promises and in the work of Glauber Rocha. In Auto da Compadecida one goes easily from one place to another. Religion in ilms is a hybrid, variegated, rhizomatic religion, a reli- gion that is in-diferent to the dogmas and institutional liturgies Schultz , p.

Animals— donkey and dog—are as important as people in the divine economy. Resigniications are freely created, as for instance the prophecies and messianic interpretations in God and the Devil in the Land of the Sun; sacking and pillaging, sacriicing children are combined with the apocalyptic hope of the backlands that will be transformed into an ocean and a rain of gold.

Sacriices, the search for perfection, and the ideal of holiness are also present in this Brazilian religious nebula. A question that can be asked is to what extent this lived religion pres- ent in the ilms analyzed here is the result of the conlictive, violent, and ambiguous context of Brazil, and to what extent this religion con- tributes—or not—to human dignity and social change in this context. Everything leads to believe that it is so.

Although the lived religion may not seek to overcome violence and its generating forces, it seeks to placate julio3 est. Religion here is a form of dissimulation, as efective forms of change inside and outside the ield of religion are not available, as pointed out by Schultz: hose who dissimulate generally are in a non-privileged position, and the structure of dissimulation ultimately becomes a strategy for survival, and not precisely an experience. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

Alves, R. Campinas: Papirus. Barreira Jr.If, among us, there were a political awareness of the unequal development and the desynchronization between the mismatched instances of the historical process, our rate of change and the update of these instances would be faster, the inequalities would be overcome faster and, probably, with greater social justice.

In all three we see the people involved in organizing their beliefs in their own way, independently of the religious institution. Although she is pregnant, she smokes and drinks to relieve tension. Religion permeates the social and political conlict. Adam righteousness shall he judge the poor and reprove with equity for the meek of the earth. If, among us, there were a political awareness of the unequal development and the desynchronization between the mismatched instances of the historical process, our rate of change and the update of these instances would be faster, the inequalities would be overcome faster and, probably, with greater social justice.

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