Get Up, Stand Up (2003)

TV Series   |    |  Documentary, History, Music

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The Story of Pop and Politics: About the relationship between performers and politics in the USA, the UK, Germany and France from the 1960s until 2003.


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18 December 2005 | Keep_Searching
| Music and Politics
"Get Up, Stand Up" is an interesting,intelligent and impressive documentary which treats the great influence that music has on the political events in the countries throughout the world.The 6 parts of the film include various events and persons who are connected with music and politics.The struggle against the racial discrimination in the USA,the battle against the hunger in Africa and even the war in Iraq are discussed by people such as the famous singer Pete Seeger or actors like Martin Sheen who are involved in the political events.This documentary makes you think of the great iniquities that politicians commit but also shows us people from the show-business who are not afraid of telling the truth.The symbol of the documentary is the great song "We shall overcome".


Release Date:

29 November 2003


English, French, German

Country of Origin

Austria, Germany

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