In an avant-garde onslaught that involves literary readings from authors as diverse as Thomas Mann and Brazilian writer Guimaraes Rosa, director Caetano Veloso creates an engaging but supremely challenging look at the nature of creativity and free expression. Long commentaries also include thoughts on Wim Wenders's Paris, Texas as well as Fidel Castro and Brazilian cinema. Veloso's collage of dialogue, commentary, and selected scenic locations serves as an illustration of his own viewpoints and philosophies.
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