RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In a favela in São Paulo, a girl sees the police beat her brother before he is arrested on drug charges. Years later, she becomes a lawyer, and he takes on the leadership of a criminal faction.
The fictional series 'Irmandade' ("Brotherhood"), which premieres on October 25th on Netflix, has two very feasible interpretations. It refers to the family relationship of two characters who were born in the same wooden shack and who lead different lives under the perspective of justice. It also makes reference to the PCC (Primeiro Comando da Capital) criminal organization, or . . .