PG-13 | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
It's 1968, and four young, talented Australian Aboriginal girls learn about love, friendship and war when their all-girl group The Sapphires entertain the US troops in Vietnam.
The film's North American DVD cover art caused considerable controversy and allegations of racism as the American poster shows Chris O'Dowd front and center with the Aboriginal girls as white silhouettes in the background, despite his smaller role ... ...
Before we go than, girls when I met you you were doing all country and western thing and that's fine we all make mistakes. But here is what we learn from that mistake. Country and western music is about loss. Soul music is also about loss. But the ...
The name tags on the U.S. soldiers' uniforms run along the slanted chest pockets. That early, they were sewn on horizontally, parallel to the bottom hem of the shirt.
Between the tribute and the end credits are period photos of the real Sapphires and a contemporary picture of the four women.
$38,372 (USA) (24 March 2013)
$2,448,455 (USA) (21 July 2013)
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