To paraphrase one director's response: "I am responsible, but not culpable."
A depressingly pedantic dressing-down of films that present a fictional, somehow stereotypical, or incorrect image of Brazil (and, according to the filmmaker, fail to properly represent the country). Interviewee responses boil down to economically-motivated production decisions/limitations or artistic decisions that contributed to the overall fiction (and therein the core story).
Features some fairly decent insights about films not often discussed from an impressive array of white male film artists, with the side effect that you are left with a modest watchlist at the end, but the documentarian herself totally fails to provide any contrasting insight into the "real" Brazil. Not really recommended. Truth be told, I only watched this docu because Zalman King is interviewed.