ENTRE LOBOS – AGORA É COM VOCÊ!
BETWEEN WOLVES - NOW IT'S UP TO YOU!
#EntreLobos explores in depth Brazilian crime, violence and public security. The documentary is not limited to the opinions and knowledge of the interviewees, but consolidates data, information and events related to violence and Brazilian criminal justice.
56 interviewees were introduced, among them the current Brazilian Minister of Justice; the former Lava Jato Judge Sergio Moro, et al.
The documentary shows that violence, corruption, and criminality appear in all layers of society and the diagnosis is that these traumas are difficult to combat. “It is a problem that is not limited to one category, one social class. In Brazil, it doesn't matter if it's right, left, rich or poor, male or female, old or young, everyone shares an anxiety, a fear of going to the streets, the desire to be safe inside the house. It's a kind of pandemic that we live in Brazil. And the fact is that we have a very dysfunctional criminal justice system that ends up generating an incentive system for crime”, said Silvio Medeiros.
The production gave voice to direct victims and their families, victimized police officers, recovering drug users, in addition to gathering reports on how Brazilians "lost the right to come and go" and barely realized it. They are statements about what happens in practice when their rights to public health and security is violated. In addition to the victims you will hear other "real experts", who will describe clearly and directly why Brazilhas become one of the most violent, insecure countries on the planet.These include military police officers working in direct combating violent crime in the outskirts of Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro; police delegates who act in charge of end-to-end investigations of organized crime in RJ and Rondonia; Prosecutors, Prosecutors and Judges of Law, from the States of São Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, Rio de Janeiro and Minas Geras, Professor of Constitutional Law at USP.
Political authorities such as ministers of justice and public security, responsible for national public security policy are also interviewed; as well as David M. Luna, former diplomat at the U.S. Department of State, and ex President of the OECD Task Force on Countering Illicit Trade (TF-CIT), and Executive Director of the International Coalition Against Illicit Economies (ICAIE).