Gypsy Davy

How does a white boy with Alabama roots become a Flamenco guitarist in Andalucian boots, and what happens along the way? The film tells the story of “David Serva,” nיe Jones, through his five women and five children—one of whom is the director. After all, who knows the-man-who-came-and-saw-and-conquered (and conquered and conquered), “strumming their pain with his fingers, killing them softly with his song,” better than they? A tale about self-invention and the pursuit-of-happiness (no matter the cost to others), Gypsy Davy is a personal and political portrait of a man, a family, a generation.

96 minutes

Shown at

  1. 21st Portland Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  2. Jerusalem Film Festival - 2011

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