Amandla! A Revolution In Four Part Harmony
This South African documentary takes a look at the decades-long struggle for democracy in South Africa, with particular emphasis on music as a force for social change. It includes well-known musicians and archival footage of many prominent players in the transformation.
108 minutes , No persons under 10 (Language, Violence)
Where's it showing?
Hugh Masekela, Abdullah Ibrahim, Miriam Makeba, Vusi Mahlasela, and a host of historical characters
Lee Hirsch Screenplay Larry Karaszewski, Scott Alexander, Zack Stentz, Ashley Miller, Jeffrey Jurgensen Music John Powell, James McKee Smith, John Ashton Thomas Cinematography Brand Jordaan, Ivan Leathers, Clive Sackie Sound formats Dolby Digital, DTS Soundtrack Not available
Made in 2002
Produced by ATO Pictures, Kwela Productions Ltd.
Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Argus Aldrin Naidu 15
The Star Tanya Farber 14
Die Burger Suzette Kotzé 15
Sunday Times Barry Ronge 10 International Media
eye Weekly (Canada) Adam Nayman 13
Box Office (USA) Kim Williamson 8
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 15
IMDB 54 Netizens 15
Average .. 66% 13
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