A 1975 Brazilian-West German production, banned in Brazil, about an Indian girl, Iracema (the name is an anagram for “America”), who travels the Trans-Amazonian Highway in search of her share of Brazil’s new riches. Jorge Bodansky and Wolf Gauer directed, in what would seem to be a combination of the Brazilian cinema’s allegorical bent with the New German Cinema’s romantic nihilism. With Edna de Cassia and Paulo Cesar.