June of 2014, in Brasil, World Cup time… Far away in the north of the country, in the natives Kraho’s village « Pedra Blanca », the arrival of the World Cup is also an event. Thanks to a power generator and a satellite dish that Kro Krok, the director of the small village’s school, bought a few days before, the Kraho teenagers are going to be able to watch the big national feast. Even though, to watch the matches on time appears to be hard to organize, given that the Krahos are not used to follow different timings than the one that the nature gives them. Meanwhile the older ones and the women keep doing their everyday tasks, following their rituals and traditional costums, the younger ones seem to be somehow attracted by the newly acquired television, and the habits of the white people. In the nearest city of Itacajà, only 40 minutes away from the village by motorcycle, it’s a totally different situation: people are fascinated by the World Cup and they follow every match with passion and a very clear feeling of nationalism. In the visual construction of those two worlds, the small provincial city of the « whites » and the village of the Kraho natives, we discover the huge contrast that exists between those two places, so close in the map but so different in their cultures. Besides, it also becomes clear that the Kraho’s community is living a very peculiar moment of its history, struggling between their traditional way of living and their inevitable social inclusion in the white culture.