By Bruno Yutaka Saito
It was around 11 PM when Renata, a 17-year-old girl, decided to enter a movie theater in the center of São Paulo, which was already showing signs of decadence.
The elegant Metropole cinema was showing a German film called "Freak Orlando" (1981).
The grandiosity to which this Virginia Woolf-inspired production, full of metaphors - a recreation of the history of the world from the beginning of time to . . .