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Why we don’t need Michael Palin’s ‘Brazil’

This Australian article, Why we don’t need Michael Palin’s ‘Brazil’, explores British presenter, Michael Palin’s* series on Brazil which draws on all the old stereotypes and fails to look at the many sides of Brazil. An interesting view from Australian online news and commentary site, The Conversation.

*Michael Palin is famous for his role in the Monty Python comedy series and as a travel presenter in a number of BBC travel programs

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