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Harry Belafonte is a popular musician and film actor who came to prominence during the 1950s. The considerable success and wealth he has achieved throughout his life in show business has never stopped him from speaking out against instances of social injustice. This documentary examines his pioneering role in the American civil rights movement during the ‘60s, as well as his continuing work as a campaigner on various human rights issues and causes. The film also draws attention to the racial prejudices he had to overcome to launch his career. A film which challenges its audience to make a difference.
In the US south in the 60s, just after the passing of the Civil Rights Act, a black police officer is arrested for a prominent white citizen's murder.
11+ years 102 mins
Bizet's opera Carmen relocated to 1940s America, with a glamorous Carmen falling for honest, nice serviceman Joe and destroying him in the process.
11+ years 100 mins
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