Sing Your Song: Sundance Review
PARK CITY -- The 2011 Sundance Film Festival got launched with the emotional charge of a political rally combined with the enthusiasm of a revival meeting at the screening of Susanne Rostock's "Sing Your Song," which views the extraordinary career of entertainer Harry Belafonte through the prism of his tireless social activism.
The film is less a true documentary that examines a noteworthy life than a call to action for viewers to emulate Belafonte's example of engaging with the world's problems and searching for solutions no matter how long-range they may be.
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