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Canudos Revisited.

Traces the history of the town of Canudos, Brazil, from its rise as the center of Antonio Conselheiro's millenialist preachings to the massacre during the "Insurrection" of 1897 to its modern incarnation as Nova Canudos, examining the social factors underlying the conflict and its description by Cunha in his Os sertoes. Directed by Robert M. Levine and John B. Gray. 1990. 23 min.

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