Jango (1984)

Director
Silvio Tendler

Main cast
Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira; João Goulart; Leonel Brizola; José Wilker; Afonso Arinos

Genres
Documentary, History

Description
The story of João "Jango" Goulart, the Brazilian left-wing president deposed by the military.


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