In the context of a parliamentary coup in Brazil, a historic peasant movement begins to occupy lands owned by powerful politicians in their struggle for redistribution under the land reform.
OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Berlinale/ IDFA
Landless. Inside the peasant struggle in Brazil
Since 2015, the Landless Workers Movement has been occupying an indebted sugarcane factory’s land to press for its redistribution through land reform.
Grandma, P.C. and their encamped fellows struggle to conquer a small share of land where they can settle down and live a self-sustainable life, growing agro-ecological crops in a newly knit peasant community they draw in their dreams.