Go inside Rio's Rocinha favela, where heavily-armed drug dealers plague its steep labyrinths of dark alleyways despite it being part of a pacification program aimed at making Rio safer ahead of the 2014 World Cup and the Olympic Games.
 

 

And in case you missed it, read about the Cidade de Deus, another favela made infamous in a film that helped cement a stereotype of the other side of the "Marvelous City" that is host of the Olympic Games — one where ghettos are ruled by drug lords and baby-faced criminals shoot to kill.