We Are Together

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Released 2008

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Director:
Paul Taylor
Released:
2008
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We Are Together is a 2006 documentary about the children of the inspirational Agape Orphanage in South Africa. The film is narrated by Slindile Moya, a 12-year old resident of Agape, who lives at the orphanage along with her siblings because of the death of her parents from AIDS. All the children at the orphanage have been affected by the death of family members from the HIV epidemic in South Africa. The children receive their education at the local school along side the other children of the town during the day, but at night the children of Agape practice for several hours as a choir, under the watchful eye of the orphanage's leader, "Grandma" Zodwa. The children are all extremely talented despite their hardships, and the strength and resilience of their spirit comes through in their songs. Director Paul Taylor originally spent time as a volunteer at Agape while attending film school. He returned after graduation and spent three years filming We Are Together, which features appearances by Paul Simon and Alisha Keys.moreless

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