This edition: O Fim Do Sem Fim (The End of Endless)
(Brazil) . Inventiveness as survival. Impressionist film portraits of more than a score of Brazilians, mostly poor, who had the will and imagination to survive the changes that wiped out the old professions. The camera makes no concession to formality but captures the people with remarkable candor. In their number are street vendors, a lighthouse keeper, a poet of the people, and one man who claims to teach cocks to crow.
The documentary was first broadcast in Brazil.