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Slovak photographer Andrej Balco (Andrej Balco) captures secured the inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro and their servants, simultaneously questioning the two, what they dream about.
Edgar Peixoto, 49, assistant to the house
"I started at eight years. My dream - to see that my children have grown up and been educated. "
Lily Marinho, 86, pensioner
"I dream of a world where all children and the elderly feel safe. I dream about the medicine that will cure diseases that kill millions. "
Edgar Peixoto, House Lily Marinho
Matilde Rodrigues Nascimento, 72 years old, maid
"I want my son finally found a permanent job. He was fired from the bank, and now he is forced to live with me. "
Peter Prisco, 30, a lawyer
"I want all peoples to live in peace with each other and to the planet is completely gone is such a thing as hunger."
Jose Eduardo Ferreira Vitalina, 38 years old, Assistant
"My job makes me proud. In the near future I would like to open a pizzeria. "
Adriana Mattar, 40 years old, cook
"I would like to see the Rio has become a safe place where each of us would have found its way to prosperity."
Andrea Rodriguez Santos, 33 years old, maid
"I want my daughter had a good future. But the future is not always good money can buy. "
Bob Nadkarni, 64, an artist, a musician, a jazz club owner Maze Jazz
"I have a dream"
Nara Helena Peixoto, 51, maid
"My biggest dream - to buy your own home finally."
Lacy Giffoni de Moura, 74, pensioner
"I would like to live a quiet life in harmony with all those who live with me."
Solandzh Gomez Miranda, 41 years old, maid
"Since it is not so long ago I bought his own house, but now I dream of buying a car."
Shtaynilber Jorge, 61, honorary president of the Association of Trainers
"My dream is to ask for a goldfish to let me find love."