This film has defintely cracked my top 10 movies. It was simply delightful to get away from the typical hollywood movie that's so predictable and cookie-cutter. Anyone else seen this film? Here's a summary from Netflix: From Walter Salles, director of the Oscar-winning film Central Station, comes an adaptation of the Ismaïl Kadaré novel Broken April. In a Hatfields-and-McCoys-type feud, two Brazilian families have long battled each other for ownership of worthless desert land. One by one, members of the Breves and Ferreiras families are murdered, leaving the surviving males to seek vengeance in a never-ending cycle of hate.