Scene from the film I Go Where I Want
Scene from the film I Go Where I Want
Scene from the film I Go Where I Want

I Go Where I Want

  • Czech Republic
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An intimate portrait of Raduza, one of the most distinctive artists of the youngest generation on the Czech alternative music scene. Her musical taste was greatly influenced by her grandfather, who played the harmonica and sang Czech traditional songs. Raduza started by busking in the street, singing the blues. Singer Zuzana Navarova discovered her in 1993, and a few days later she was playing a concert at the Lucerna Palace in Prague. In the same year, she was a support for Suzanne Vega. It was only later that she went to study composition at the conservatory. Olga Spatovas documentary is interwoven with a series of excerpts from Raduzas concerts, along with frank interviews explaining her life philosophy.

Polish subtitles are available only in download format.

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