|Director||Roberto Berliner Leonardo Domingues|
|Writers||Mauricio Lissovski (writer)
|Cast||Regina Barbosa Maria das Neves Barbosa Conceição Barbosa|
|Runtime||Brazil:85 min, USA:84 min|
|Awards||2011 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam|
|Plot||In Campina Grande, Northeastern of Brazil, the three fifty and something year old illiterate Barbosa sisters (Maria das Neves a.k.a. "Maroca", Regina a.k.a."Poroca" and Conceição a.k.a. "Indaiá") are daughters of cousins and born blind. They have survived playing "ganzá" and begging on the streets of Campina Grande since their childhood. The director Roberto Berliner discloses in this remarkable documentary their sad stories, with poverty, rape, abuse inclusive sexual and love, but never corny; on the contrary, with a great message of strength, faith and hope.... see A Pessoa É Para o Que Nasce on IMDb|
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