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Må jeg se dine papirer

Documentary

Olivia was 15 years old when she had Renato. Today, 12 years on, she is dead. Renato lives on the streets of Rio de Janeiro with his grandmother and deaf-mute uncle, whom he helps sell flowers in the streets. Renato has never been to school because like millions of other children all over the world, his papers aren't in order. He has never had a birth certificate, and so he does not have the fundamental human rights: access to education, medical care, and a roof over his head. This film is about his struggle to be recognised as a world citizen. It is aimed at older children.
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Original title Må jeg se dine papirer
Danish title Må jeg se dine papirer
Keywords Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Street children, Child labour
Director Frode Højer Pedersen
Screenplay Frode Højer Pedersen
Director of Photography Finn Brasen
Editor Irene G. Scholten
Sound Paulo Ricardo, Renato Calaca
Production country Brazil
Production company TV-Communication
International sales
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Companies

Production company TV-Communication

Direction

Direction Frode Højer Pedersen

Script

Script Frode Højer Pedersen

Production

Production Ana Gouveia

Cinematography

Cinematography Finn Brasen

Editing

Editing Irene G. Scholten

Sound

Sound Paulo Ricardo
Sound Renato Calaca

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