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Wash My Soul in the River's Flow (2021)

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Genres:
Biography | Documentary
Quality:
1080p
Resolution:
1920*1080
FrameRate:
25 fps
Size:
1.64 GB
Runtime:
90 min
Language:
English 5.1  
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IMDB Rating:
8.7
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Directors: Philippa Bateman,


Movie Description:
Wash My Soul in the River's Flow is a cinematic reinvention of a legendary concert that premiered in 2004. Kura Tungar-Songs from the River was a collaboration between First Nations singer-songwriters Archie Roach and Ruby Hunter working with Paul Grabowsky and the 22-piece Australian Art Orchestra. Using footage combining conversations, rehearsals, and the opening night, with breathtaking images of Hunter's Ngarrindjeri country in South Australia, the film is a portrait of artists at the peak of their powers and a profoundly moving story of loss, love and what it means to truly come 'home'.

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