Mama, I'm Crying 4.0 from 0 reviews
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A passionate and personal view of the brutality of apartheid in South Africa, as told by two childhood friends, one black, the other white. Now middle aged, they believed change would peacefully come to their country. Today's young people no longer share their view, and will sacrifice their lives for racial justice.

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Documentary Films, Apartheid, Africa
Joyce Seroke and Betty Wolpert

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