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Man Marked for Death, 20 Years Later (LE)

VÖ-Datum: 02/01/2023
UVP/RRP: £23.99
Region: A/B/C


Man Marked for Death, 20 Years Later

(Cabra Marcado para Morrer)

Eduardo Coutinho’s classic Man Marked for Death, 20 Years Later is regarded as a landmark of filmmaking. Voted the greatest Brazilian documentary of all-time in 2017 and the 4th Greatest Brazilian film ever made in 2015 by the Brazilian Association of Film Critics (Abraccine).

Part fictionalised true story and part documentary, this extraordinary film sets out to tell the story of João Pedro Teixeira, leader of the Sapé Peasant League in northeast Brazil, murdered on orders from the landowners. Before the film could be completed a right-wing military coup forced the closure of its production and the imprisonment of several members of the crew. Decades later, Coutinho returned to the original film location and using surviving footage alongside interviews with members of the original cast, including João Pedro’s wife Elizabeth, he created this compelling commentary on Brazilian history, politics, and class conflict.

Limited Edition Extras with first 3000 copies only

  • Limited Edition numbered Blu-ray
  • Limited Edition O-Card slipcase
  • Limited Edition collector’s booklet feat. new writing by Berkeley Professor Natalia Brizuela
  • Limited Edition fold-out poster featuring the original design by Claudius Ceccon


  • Optional English Subtitles
  • Specially commissioned interview with the film’s producer Zelito Viana (25 mins)
  • Award-winning interview with the director Eduardo Coutinho (12 min)
  • Newly commissioned trailer
  • Region-free Blu-ray (ABC)

Length / Main feature: 119 mins
Length / Special features: 41 mins
Language: Portuguese
Subtitles: English
Sound: 2.0 Dual Mono LPCM (48k/24-bit)
Original aspect ratio: 4:3

Year: 1984
Cert: 15
Format: Blu-ray
Region: ABC
EAN: 5060114369443
Release Date: 02/01/23

„A work of cinema that haunts me since I first saw it in the ’80s (…) Eduardo Coutinho’s masterwork“ – Kleber Mendonça Filho

„Widely heralded as one of the greatest metadocumentaries ever made“ – UnionDocs (UNDO)

„The most important Brazilian documentary of the period“ – John King


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