Under African Skies: Film Explores Legacy of Paul Simon's Graceland
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Featured review from Barry Massie
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This was an incredibly wonderful movie. Everyone who attended was moved. I only wish I had asked more friends to come with me. I would encourage anyone who has a chance to see it. Unfortunately no event photos available, but the visuals from the movie will remain forever.
USA and South Africa, 2012 | Directed by Joe Berlinger
For the 25th anniversary of his seminal album Graceland, Paul Simon returns to South Africa for a reunion concert that not only reveals the album’s tumultuous beginnings but also revels in the artistic collaborations so integral to its creation.
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