Singing in the Streets
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Singing in the Streets

Singing has a transformation power. It releases powerful chemicals in our brain that helps us feel good and promote positive feelings. It’s good for our health and for the world since singing with other people or in a group increases the sense of trust and well-being. We sing to cope with physical or emotional distress and to rediscover our own once dormant, neglected voice.

Tourism is sin, and travelling on foot is virtue. — Werner Herzog

The word busker comes from the Spanish root word “buscar”, meaning “to seek” something. Whether you are busking for charity, love, or adventure, singing in the streets will change you.

LOGLINE

While vagabonding through Marseille, Joel sings in the streets and plays his guitar when a local beatboxer spots him. A new tune emerges, and together they will embark on a journey to explore the unknown corners of the Mediterranean coast.

WATCH EPISODE 31 - SINGING IN THE STREETS

CREDITS

NameRoleContact
Ilies Terki
Directorwritercinematographer
Fernando Silvestrin
Screenwriter
Joel Havea
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