By Leonard Maltin
As we come to the last month of summer movie season, discerning filmgoers can still find satisfying alternatives to blockbusters-o...
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Shooting on location in the South African township of Elandsdoorn, Schmitz tells the tale of a young girl coping with the death of her newly-born sister and the incapacitation of her mother.
Life, Above All introduces us to a brave, young classical heroine, who moves heaven and earth to keep her family together and remains a steadfast friend to another girl, who has been scapegoated by their community.
Life, Above All, a film set in a small South African township, offers a rare glimpse into a community ravaged not only by HIV/AIDS but prejudices that prevent addressing the problem.
As the 30th anniversary of the start of the AIDS epidemic arrives, it's instructive to note that, even today, there are still those benighted places -...
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