Pedrinha is a survivor of the Candelária Massacre: Hidden on the newspaper stand, he witnessed the murder of eight homeless boys. “Agora e na hora de nossa hora” puts in the center of the scene the “invisible city”. The scene recreates the daily routine of one of those boys: A survivor who fights, love, hides, smokes crack, lives.

Due to his performance, Eduardo Okamoto received several awards, including Best Male Acting, in the International Body Expression, Theater and Dance Festival of Agadir, in Morocco.