Burning with narrative intensity, Irish-American Des Bishop learnt to perform stand-up in Gaelic and now Mandarin, such is his commitment to following through on an idea. He gives us a compelling insight into how he morphed from a circuit headliner to a voracious documentarian, and rages at the reviewer who attacked his integrity.
Published: 17th April 2015. Length: 78 minutes. Size: 35.6mb
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