This is the story of a real estate project in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, sometimes called “Jam-balaya” from the name of a local reality television show, sometimes “Carandiru” like the country’s biggest prison, or “Copacabana Palace”, like the five-star hotel that illuminates Rio’s beach.
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