The term "underground music" takes on a new and quite literal meaning in this thoughtful look at the itinerant street musicians of Paris, who regularly turn the city's public spaces -- particularly the Metro -- into their own concert halls. Dutch documentarian
Heddy Honigmann takes her camera to the city's bustling streets and subways to capture a dazzling variety of musicians who earn their bread by performing for spare change. But these are no ordinary panhandlers: Many of them are top-notch talents, and nearly all are refugees who have escaped
dangerous situations in their homelands and have found asylum of one kind or another in the City of Lights. Among those ...