Kleber Mendoca Filho's eerie Neighboring Sounds (2012) is the latest seen in preparation for my visit to Brazil. I think it gives a good idea of what life is like for the middle class in a large Brazilian city with ominous feeling of security or insecurity, class, and the threat of violence in everyday life. However, at the end of the film there is a twist and it becomes a different film entirely. It reminds me a lot of Michael Handke's Cache in the building sense of dread and anticipation for violence or action throughout the film. A fascinating look at life in modern Brazil.