third world manager is a feature-length documentary that considers the emerging entrepreneurial culture in Brazil through the combination of videographic documentation and collaborative fictional narrative. the film encompasses the processes of 'Pejotization' and 'Uberization' as devices for precariousness of work and forms of constant overlapping of working class identity by replacing the figure of the worker with the individual contractor. Third world manager satirizes the peripheral emerging business world while rethinking activist practices in Brazil.