15 comments on “the book is on the table: the documentary

  1. Andy, that is fantastic! Can’t wait to watch (hope I can se it in Japan) looks really interesting. Congratulations x

    • Unfortunately not, although a stream may well go up on Vimeo or somewhere. I’m hoping to get a physical copy to bring back to the UK though, although you’ll need to brush up your Portuguese a bit to get half of it.

  2. Looks like a really interesting documentary, I’ll check it out!

    I just got interviewed by a TV company here in Belo Horizonte. It was in Portuguese so I was really nervous. We’ll see how it plays out when/if it goes on TV…

    • Yeah, it’s pretty intense having to speak in Portuguese when you have a camera in your face. You get used to it though, surprisingly, after four days!

      What were you talking about on air?

      • That is awesome!

        We were wandering around Belo Horizonte’s Mercado Central and they wanted me to try the local sweets, breads, cheeses and fruits and give my opinion on them. It was just a bit of fun.

  3. Do you meet the grandson of the guy who brought football to Brazil or something?

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