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Imba Means Sing

No longer available to stream

Still want to watch it? Try looking for 'Imba Means Sing' on Amazon.

 

 

Date Added: 19th July 2017

Date Removed: 1st January 2019

Available for: 18 months

 

 

Description:

Experience the hopes, dreams and challenges of three Ugandan children who travel around the world with the African Children's Choir.

 

Certificate: ALL Parental guidance suggested.

Year: 2015

Duration: 1hr 14m

Audio: English [Original]

Subtitles: Arabic, Traditional Chinese, French, English, Polish

 

Director: Danielle Bernstein

 

Cast: Danielle Bernstein

 

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