Show Me Lisbon

Show Me Lisbon
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A wonderful look at the city!!
(Don't understand complaints about language - it says Portuguese - and the subtitles in English were very good.)

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Kudos to the support team for fixing the language issue immediately.
Great work guys,

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Wasted a credit without reason, it says english but it's a lie the program is in portugese or spanish ? not in English only the subtitles are in English. wasted a credit on this.

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I watched this hoping for a segment on fado. (What I really wanted was an entire program on fado, but this was the closest I could get.) There was a decent segment, but stick with this until the end for the best part, which is far too brief. Carminho finally sings, and she is terrific!

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