Documentary which tells the remarkable story of Matt Van Dyke, a timid 26-year-old with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, who left home in Baltimore in 2006 and set off on a self-described 'crash course in manhood'. He bought a motorcycle and a video camera and began a multi-year, 35,000-mile motorcycle trip through northern Africa and the Middle East. While travelling, he struck up an unlikely friendship with a Libyan hippie, and when revolution broke out in Libya, Matt joined his friend in the fight against dictator Muammar Gaddafi. With a gun in one hand and a camera in the other, Matt fought in - and filmed - the war until he was captured by Gaddafi forces and held in solitary confinement for six months. Two-time Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry tells this harrowing and sometimes humorous story of a young man's search for political revolution and personal transformation.
Another portion of funny and sad adventures always arguing with each other two clowns, two friends of modern Budapest's friends Pepe and Kapa, in which they, in obedience to unbridled improvisation director, appears as the waiters, the hired killers, the persecuted, the persecutors. Along the way, narrative embedded in the stories of others, accidentally caught in the frame of the characters in this kaleidoscope of people, burlesque, and the dramatic situation, the political rhetoric and heartfelt confession of fire and fire Hungarian Czardas there is an image motley, multiform, reckless, full of illusion and disillusionment with the current reality.