bread and circus
An ancient Roman term meaning:
1. to appease the masses
2. to make offerings to pacify discontent or divert attention from a grievance
When the Roman Empire ruled they would feed the citizens free wheat and throw them elaborate circuses to appease their discontent and win approval.
This film is the story of innocence. Of curiosity.
Of pleasure. And pain.
A fragment of time in the crossfire between adolescence and real life.
When sex and violence is our modern day bread and circus, how do we stay alive?
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