There now, don't cry...
During World War II, the Japanese interned many woman - from many different countries - in prison camps in Southeast Asia. This is the story of what happened at one of these camps, where the woman formed a choir as the only means of keeping their spirits up and fighting back.
The film has some beautiful music, as well as scenes of violence. It is very much aimed at women. One critic dismissed it as 'Chorus on the River Kwai.'
115 minutes, No persons under 13
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Glenn Close, Pauline Collins, Cate Blanchett, Frances McDormand, Julianna Margulies, Jennifer Ehle, and others
|Screenplay||David Giles, Martin Meader, Bruce Beresford|
|Music||Margareth Dryburgh, Ross Edwards|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Village Roadshow Productions, Samson Productions|
|South African Media|
|Cape Argus ||15|
|Cape Times ||10|
|Die Burger ||10|
|Sunday Times ||10|
|Big Screen ||14|
|TV2 Top Billing ||16|
|eye Weekly (Canada) ||5|
|Box Office (USA) ||5|
|Empire (UK) ||5|
|Film Review (UK) ||5|
|Average .. 54%||11|
|Average .. 80%||16|
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