This is an amazing and sweet documentary, something I never expected to see and hear, a portrait of Louis in unusual surroundings, with deep commentary from Enrico Tomasso, whom I admire greatly, as musician and humane being. It will all become clear:
The twentieth century had its horrors; some continue, intensified, today. But Louis Armstrong — our spiritual beacon — could come to Batley, in Yorkshire, and play for several weeks. Such a fact suggests that, as THE NEW YORKER’S Harold Ross said in a different context, “Talent doesn’t care where it resides.”
May your happiness increase!