Hear what viewers in Seattle, WA, have to say about the characters in Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars. Directed by Peggy Case.
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A UNHCR representative talks about the violence on civilians in Sierra Leone during its Civil War in 1999.
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All Star band member Reuben explains the origins of the song "Sodasoap."
The All Stars find a manager in Texas and play at a music festival in Japan.
Filmmakers travel through Guinea, meeting refugee musicians from Sierra Leone.
Musician Black Nature was only eleven years old when he was orphaned and tortured by soldiers. He talks about what his music means to him.
The Refugee All Stars perform at the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan.
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars perform the song Weapon Conflict at the Sembakounya Refugee Camp in the Republic of Guinea.
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars, a reggae-inflected band born in the camps of West Africa, represents a real-life story of survival and hope.
Niles and White talk about how their film is an inspirational, uplifting story about Africa, which is unfortunately rare.