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The Brazilian Musician Who Makes the Subway Commute a Little Bit Better

Mar 27, 2014 | 110-part series
Paul Rosenfeld

Zooga Malaga explains the ups and downs of leaving his home country to make a new life in New York City. The film features Malaga’s soothing melodies over beautiful images in the big city.

Watch director Leandro Badalotti's previous film about photojournalist Kate Brooks here.

Courtesy of Leandro Badalotti

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