7.6/10
81%
DocumentaryHistoryMusic
Release Date: 24-4-2009

Who worked on this film

  • Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman
    Director
  • The Roots
    Actor
  • John Legend
    Actor
  • Wyclef Jean
    Actor
  • Joss Stone
    Actor
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Soundtrack for a Revolution

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Soundtrack for a Revolution

7.6/10
81%
Release Date: 24-4-2009

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Synopsis

A documentary by Bill Guttentag, taking a look at the powerful music which acted as the soundtrack to the U.S. civil rights movement that happened during the '50s and '60s. With footage of the protests and sit-ins that happened during these years, you can hear all of the music - from folk songs to spiritual music - which inspired people and helped to bring people together for this important cause.

Who worked on this film

  • Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman
    Director
  • The Roots
    Actor
  • John Legend
    Actor
  • Wyclef Jean
    Actor
  • Joss Stone
    Actor
See more

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