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Separado! (2010)

The documentary centers on Gruff Rhys's quest to meet up with his lost long Patagonian uncle, musician René Griffiths.

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Tony Da Gatorra
Rene Griffiths
Gruff Rhys
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The documentary centers on Gruff Rhys's quest to meet up with his lost long Patagonian uncle, musician René Griffiths.

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Short Fanfare Buenos Aires
Written by Gruff Rhys
Performed by Gruff Rhys
Courtesy of Manett Publishing
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super documentary
6 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Incredibly interesting subject matter, visually inventive and utterly charming. The rare kind of documentary that turns a personal and somewhat obscure subject matter - gruff rhys' investigation of his Patagonian relative - into an informative and appealing journey. Rhys explores the history and present experience of the welsh community in Patagonia, looking at personal stories and also at post-colonial and more recent political issues in Argentina, weaving in performances and songs in an elgant and whimsical way. It's an utterly gorgeous visual experience, and of course not a little odd, especially the superbly lovely way rhys' travel between continents is represented; no lines moving on maps here. Really seriously good documentary making, and beautifully entertaining.


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