Gogol Bordello Non-Stop Image
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  • Summary: From the birth of a New York City downtown Ruso-disco phenomena, known as the Bulgarian Bar, to a non-stop touring marathon, with his band Gogol Bordello, Eugene Hütz takes us deep into his artistic foundation. The story unfolds from 2001 to 2006, following Gogol's steps from underground legends to international attention. (Guespa Films) Expand
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  1. 75
    Gogol Bordello plays a mix of punk rock and Gypsy music that recalls the work of the Serbian No Smoking Band. Onstage, Gogol Bordello puts on a visually outrageous show that one member describes as "kick-ass."
  2. Reviewed by: Aaron Hillis
    70
    An exhilarating document.
  3. Choppy, high-energy documentary.
  4. 40
    Non Stop doesn’t know how to hit it and quit; it’s a rock doc that screams loud and says frustratingly little