There's the continent ruled by a repressive government and there's an island where political activists of the continent take refuge on running away from the continent's police. This island is their last stand – there they live in a way not possible in the continent – free love, no possessions, brotherhood… In the continent, a killer is sent to the island to kill the revolutionary leaders. The killer is a woman , Ana (Neide Ribeiro). She will go there as a journalist sent there to interview the leaders of the movement. On arriving to the island, she will find out that things were much different from what she expected. Will Ana be involved by the "island of forbidden pleasures." Will she fulfill her mission? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Ilha dos Prazeres Proibidos
Ana Medeiros is a fake journalist, who was hired by a far-right orgaization. Using as an excuse to do a story with people who are wanted by the police of the continent, she heads to a ...
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