In a dystopian Brazil, where the entire population is infertile and ruled by a populist dictatorship, a married couple a maid and a baker can’t agree on how to name their daughter, exposing structural problems in their marriage and in society.
If the streets could talk, what would they say?
Aurora is a sad and lonely street of a big city. On a rainy day, she remembers her trajectory and dreams about the future asking herself: is it possible for a street to die?
The film shows, in a simple and authentic way, the strength of women in a small community in the state of Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil). Four women, symbol of resistance and tradition, tell their life stories through the account of their long working hours. Filmed with a cell phone, the documentary surprises and presents scenes of a unique beauty with original soundtrack created by Valéria Oliveira