Songs My Brothers Taught Me

Songs My Brothers Taught Me
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Lisa

A lovely, thoughtful film. I would like to suggest Director Zhao's next film The Rider as well. It won the NY Film Critics Award and I believe was robbed of Best Film at the Oscars 2018.

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terry

A film to warm the heart.

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Sergio

This film has a lot of depth. I have spent considerable time thinking about its themes and characters. I highly recommend this film for film lovers that are interested in seeing films that are original and genuine. If I began to analyze the portraits of the Oglala Lakota, Id probably be very ...Read more

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Harold

One of the best, most moving and deeply powerful movies I've seen in a long time. Parts of it might be hard to watch; it doesn't flinch from the reality of the world it's portraying, but it's ultimately a story of hope and faith without false sentimentality or platitudes, so the hope and the ...Read more

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Melissa

Agreed.

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