By Xiu Xing
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "The Edge of Democracy", a documentary by Petra Costa on the current Brazilian political landscape, was included by the New York Times in its list of the best films from 2019 so far.
The list, published on Thursday, June 27th, included seven other movies released this year, such as "Rolling Thunder Revue", Martin Scorsese's documentary on Bob Dylan, and "Booksmart", a teenage drama directed by actress Olivia Wilde.
According to the newspaper, the film "analyzes Brazilian politics -- two recently disgraced presidents, the current one leaning toward authoritarianism -- from the outraged standpoint of . . .