A full-length feature film chronicling the cross-country road trip of Andrei Codrescu, the romanian-born poet and NPR humorist. Released theatrically by the Samuel Goldwyn Company.
Andrei Codrescu, award-winning writer, humorist, and commentator on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered," offers a humorous, ironic and uplifting look at the immigrant experience. Codrescu's journey to find his cultural identity leads him on a 4,500 mile road trip across country in a bright red 1968 Cadillac convertible. Having just learned to drive, Codrescu looks at the country through what he calls "two set of eyes: the ones looking at the New World from the vantage point of the old, and the ones looking at the old from the vantage point of the new."
George Foster Peabody Award
Produced and Directed by Roger Weisberg
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