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Capoeira: Fly Away Beetle
Can a Ritual Born Out of Slavery Become a Modern Day Movement?

Capoeira: Fly Away Beetle - Can a Ritual Born Out of Slavery Become a Modern Day Movement?
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Ri

"Fly Away Beetle" is an important and beautifully shot film from the favelas of Salvador Brazil that showed us how important mentorship in community is.

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Larry

I'm glad I have found this documentary.

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