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 The Mission Movie DVD

1986 film by Roland Joffs. About the movie: Rodrigo Mendoza (ROBERT DE NIRO) was a violent soldier-for-hire in 1750s South America. Now he is a man of peace serving the Rain Forest Indians he once enslaved. But armies of Spain and Portugal threaten the lifestyle and safety of the native peoples. Now Rodrigo may have to pick up his sword and musket once again. From the producer of Chariots of Fire and the director of The Killing Fields comes a powerful epic, recorded at the Iguassu Falls site, co-starring Jeremy Irons and graced with dazzling Academy Award-winning cinematography, set to a memorable music score and scripted by the Oscar-winning screenwriter of A Man for All Seasons and Doctor Zhivago.
The Mission Trailer.

 The Mission Soundtrack CD Album

Ennio Morricone´s Academy Award-nominated score captures the conflict between 18th-century Jesuit missionaries trying to convert the native Indians, and the slavers who want to destroy them. In keeping with the serious subject matter and epic scope of Roland Joff´s film, the score is by turns grave, lyrical, and tense. Ever inventive, Morricone mixes liturgical chorales, native drumming, and Spanish-influenced guitars, often in the very same track, to capture the drama of the culture clash. His trademark lyricism also comes through, notably in the beautiful themes for "Gabriel´s Oboe" and "The Mission." Not as over-the-top as his well-known spaghetti Western scores, The Mission shows Morricone at his dramatic best.
 Bossa Nova Brasil CD

Various Artists - Intl. - So. & Central America - Brazil/Bossa Nova/Samba, Various Artists - Jazz - Latin/Afro-Cuban Jazz
 Lonely Planet Brazil Handbook

November 2013. Explore the best of Brazil with Lonely Planet. Whether you re going for all-night samba, climbing Sugar Loaf - Pao de Acucar, spotting the Pantanal its prolific wildlife, surfing or heading deep into the Amazon rain forest.

In This Guide: Dedicated Carnaval chapter and party planner
Special itineraries take you down the Amazon, to Iguassu Falls and beyond Unique Green Index identifies sustainable options for an ecofriendly trip.
 The Rough Guide to Brazil

"The Rough Guide to Brazil" is the essential travel guide to one of South America´s most tantalizing destinations. Detailed accounts of the best attractions Brazil has to offer, along with the clearest maps and plans, showcase this amazingly diverse country to aid both your trip planning and on-the-ground experience. With expert advice and background, the full-color section details the famous Rio carnival, the world´s biggest rain-forest - the Amazon and the most fantastic wildlife and beaches, whilst the guide itself is full of informative text on the practical and cultural nuances of visiting Brazil, from wildlife safaris in the Pantanal to the concrete architecture of Brasilia. Read about Brazil´s football successes and find out more about the Capoeira music and culture that is expanding rapidly in popularity across Europe. At every point, the "Rough Guide" steers you in the right direction to find the best hotels in Brazil, recommended Brazil restaurants, cafes and shops across every price range, giving you clear, balanced reviews and honest, first-hand opinions. Make the most of your holiday with "The Rough Guide to Brazil".
 Brazil, 7th - Footprint - Travel Guides

People-watch on the pristine beaches of Rio, spot all manner of rare wildlife along the waterways of the Pantanal and explore the lush forest and breathtaking waterfalls of the Goias Cerrado. Footprint´s seventh edition of the Brazil guide is the perfect companion for the adventurous traveler wanting to get the most out of South America´s largest and most diverse country. Jam-packed with information about the country´s eclectic carnivals, passionate sporting events, vast biodiversity and spectacular scenery, this guide also provides up-to-date recommendations on where to eat and sleep and how to get around this vibrant country.
 Oscar Niemeyer: Houses

 Insight Guide Brazil

Insight Guides April 1, 2011. This brand new edition Insight Guide to Brazil has been fully revised and updated, and features a wealth of inspiring full-color photography, including double page spreads of some of the most outstanding views. The top ten sights are identified to show you the very best of this diverse country and to help you plan your trip priorities, including visiting the phenomenal Corcovado and the Historic Towns of Minas Gerais. A Best of section highlights the most unique experiences Brazil has to offer, along with personal recommendations on what to see and do. An in-depth Places section covers the entire country region-by-region, with all the principal sites cross-referenced by number to the accompanying full-colour maps. Additional maps inside the front and back covers enable instant orientation and easy navigation. Colour-coded sections cover history and interesting features on everything from Baroque Architecture to Riches of the Amazon. A comprehensive Travel Tips section details transport, accommodation for all budgets, eating out, activities, and an A-Z of other practical information, including useful contact numbers, to ensure your trip goes smoothly. The unique combination of insightful exploration alongside practical advice means that this guide truly is a pleasure to read before, during and after your visit.
 Fodor´s Brazil, 5th Edition Handbook

This title was released on July 1st, 2008.
Fodor´s Brazil provides the most accurate and up-to-date information available in a guidebook.
Fodor´s Brazil features options for a variety of budgets, interests, and tastes, so you make the choices to plan your trip of a lifetime.
 Traveller´s Wildlife Guides Brazil book

By David L. Pearson, Les Beletsky "Ecotourism or ecotravel is travel to (usually exotic) destinations specifically to admire and enjoy wildlife and undeveloped, relatively undisturbed natural areas, as well as indigenous..."
 Footprint South American Handbook

South American Handbook. October 19, 2010, 87th. The longest-running English language travel guide has once again been fully revised and updated by expert author Ben Box, providing the most up-to-date guide for discovering this incredible continent. Unparalleled coverage of the entire region with in-depth listings on where to eat, sleep and drink, as well as all the adventure sports, activities, arts, historic sites and culture this diverse and beautiful region offers. Whether it´s the blissful beaches of Columbia or getting off the beaten track on some wild treks you´re after this book has it all. This guide is the first thing to pack for any traveler who wants to step off the Gringo Trail and really discover South America.
 The Amazon River Forest

The Amazon River Forest: A Natural History of Plants, Animals, and People (Paperback)
by Nigel J. H. Smith "With global demand for agricultural products expected to double or even triple within the next fifty years, productivity of existing crops and grazing lands will..."
 Frommer´s Brazil

May 3, 2010. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go-they´ve done the legwork for you, and they´re not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer´s Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. Frommer´s Brazil is the premier guide to the country, with complete coverage of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Salvador, Bahia, Natal, Brasilia, and more. You´ll get details on Carnaval, Ponta Negra, the ecolodges in the Amazon, the hang gliding in Rio, the prawns of Ilhabela, and the moquecas of Salvador. Whether you´re an archaeology buff, an outdoor adventurer, or a partier in search of a good time, Brazil presents so many diverse travel options that it´ll make your head spin. Frommer´s Brazil will help you plan a memorable trip, starting with our highly opinionated lists of the best experiences the country has to offer.
 Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Processes

Second Edition. April 13, 2009.
 Moon Brazil Handbook

November 15, 2011. Journalist Michael Sommers guides travelers to the best that Brazil has to offer, from surfing, hang gliding, and enjoying the sizzling nightlife in Rio to venturing into the Amazon to witness the Meeting of the Waters, where the Rio Negro and Rio Solimoes join to form the world´s mightiest river: the Amazon. Sommers also includes unique trip strategies like A Tale of Two Amazon Cities´which provides details on exploring the rain forest between Manaus and Bel´m´and Gastronomic Brazil, a mouthwatering tour of Brazil´s cuisine. With expert advice on viewing popular attractions like Iguassu Falls and Corcovado, as well as escaping the crowds in less frequented places, like Bahia´s rustic fishing villages, Moon Brazil gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

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