Torquato Neto – Every Hour of the End
Oct. 11, 201789 Min.
Brazilian poet Torquato Neto, born in Piauí, lived passionately through fracturous times and worked in several fields, including music, journalism, and cinema. He was an active participant in the revolution of Tropicália and marginal art, which changed the course of Brazilian culture in the 1960s and 1970s. The writer of “Geléia Geral” with Gilberto Gil, “Mamãe, Coragem” with Caetano Veloso, and “Let’s Play That” with Jards Macalé, Neto committed suicide on his 28th birthday.
Original titleTorquato Neto - Todas as Horas do Fim