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Nuno Melo; Keith Esher Davis Genres Documentary Description A dreamlike journey seen through the eyes of a trans-human as well as a kino-symphony of voices from the multiple personas of Fernando Pessoa, Lisbon Revisited shows alternative ways of looking at and hearing the city.
Celebrating its greatest phantom and confronting his ambiguous and pervasive sexuality, the film is spoken in the three languages in which Pessoa wrote, Portuguese, English and French.
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In the summer of , on a car journey in Eastern Europe, Pavla Fleischer met and fell in love with Eugene Hutz, lead singer of New York's Gypsy Punk band Gogol Bordello.
Captivated by his energy and his musical verve, and desperate to get to know him better, she decided to make a film about him. Gogol Bordello On World Cafe XPN. September 8, • Eugene Hutz, the eccentric leader of the gypsy-punk collective, speaks with host David Dye about the songwriting behind the band's crazy live show.
The band also takes the stage at World Cafe Live for a few songs.