Why watch this film?
Many call her the "Brazilian Patti Smith," singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist Alzira E is an event. From a musical family (she is the sister of Tetê Espíndola) and with a distinct vocal ability, she has managed to find her place in the Brazilian popular music independent scene, with songs like "Tristeza Não" and "Devia Ser Proibido." Her trajectory is finally celebrated and dissected in "Aquilo que eu Nunca Perdi," a documentary by Marina Thomé. With many archive images and interesting interviews, mixed in a curious edition that balances between experimentalism and conventionalism, the film is a breath of fresh air for fans who want to know more about Alzira. Click here to read the interview with the director.