Where the Water Meets the Sky details
|Directors:||David Eberts, Helen Cotton|
|Genre:||Documentary - General|
Where the Water Meets the Sky
|Run time:||1 hour|
|Rental release:||Currently unavailable|
|Main languages:||English, Bemba|
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Truly upliftingBy a customer , 14 Jun 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]A beautifully shot, deeply moving and inspiring film - recommended to anyone with an interest in development, women's empowerment, and the potential of film to create genuine social change
Beautiful and upliftingBy a customer , 22 Sep 2011I recommend this film because while being a visual treat- with an amazing soundtrack, it also raises awareness of the needs of vulnerable rural women in Africa. It's moving yet optimistic as well.
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Moving, powerful - superb!By chocoholic1410 (2 reviews) , 05 Sep 2011Wow.This film reduced me to tears. It is incredibly moving - a fascinating story of triumph against adversity. Morgan Freeman's narration gives the documentary a depth and solemnity that makes the stories of the girls and communities that feature in the film really resonate. It is fascinating to watch the film-making process from this different perspective, and quite striking too to see the impact their courage and determination has on their communities. This film gives real hope for the future of Africa.
Inspiring, moving, thought-provokingBy a customer , 02 Sep 2011A beautifully shot and thought-provoking film that led me to tears and to laughter. The group of young women and Penelope take us with them on a life-changing journey that inspires hope and belief in the face of tremendous challenges and disappointments.
A beautiful filmBy a customer , 02 Sep 2011This is a beautiful and deeply moving film. It shines a light on some of the profound issues that face so many women and girls in rural Africa.
I highly recommend it.
Truly upliftingBy a customer , 14 Jun 2011A beautifully shot, deeply moving and inspiring film - recommended to anyone with an interest in development, women's empowerment, and the potential of film to create genuine social change
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