Daniel Bean, a filmmaker, captured power lines exploding like fireworks in Brazil. It's scary because the town has been experiencing a ton of problems with their electricity and the company hasn't stepped up to fix it. That. Shit. Ain't. Safe. [Daniel Beam Films]
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