A good little documentary about the life of a busker in Europe. We don’t really believe in this sort of capitalism or free-enterprise in the US any more. I really like the free spirit of street artists in Europe though. If you have a half hour to spend, there is a lot of good in this movie including a rolling truck home, an interesting puppet and advice on street performance. I found it via Lloyd Kahn’s great blog. If you have an interest in alternative housing, he is the person to look to. His books are worth every penny and can be found at Shelter Publications.
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