Based on the book The Invisible Army, the film is
a breathtaking narrative, that
tells the story of an invisible war fought
in the body of a boy: mortal combat
between the defense army – formed by
cells that protect the organism – and the
fearful invaders – the bacteria, willing to
do anything to win.
Heroes and villains of this war are
presented as captivating characters who,
in a lucid context filled with adventures,
offer child and teenager audiences a
new understanding of how the human
organism is exposed to such invisible
enemies and what we can do to protect
The film introduces parents and educators
a different and effective way to approach
largely relevant subjects for today, such
as the importance of healthy food and
care with our hygiene – in such a way
that, escaping from didactic molds,
induces the child and teenager to reflect
upon the subject and also to have fun.
By following up the adventures of
characters such as the wise Rafmasterson
Baron, the leader of the defense army,
and the brave soldiers Palfe, Hunt and
Luc, the reader will be lead to a journey
into an overwhelming and unknown
world: the inside of his/her own body.
And, together with the characters, he/
she will learn how to win that war.
Directed by Michael Krymchantowski and Jonathan Manuel Camargo Labeau (USA)