City of Men Review, by Claudia Puig of USA Today

The yearning of sons for their absent fathers is at the core of the grimly moving follow-up to 2003's wonderful City of God, about life in the slums of Rio de Janeiro.


While Men is not as energetic or bracing as God, it is a disturbing exploration of violent drug culture in Rio's shantytowns. It's also a poignant look at the legacies of fathers who abdicate their responsibilities.


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