Carlos, the Street Boy Who Found a Home
From the slum in Sdao Paulo to a camp for delinquent boys, and onto the cold streets of the city, Carlos experiences rejection, abandonment and hopelessness. Then he meets someone who tells him about a love that will not let him go.
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