Sing Your Song

2011, Movie, NR, 100 mins

Near the end of the documentary Sing Your Song, Harry Belafonte is riding in a car with Bo Taylor, a former Los Angeles gangbanger turned antigang activist, and Taylor says to his passenger, “I remember what you said once, when you said, ‘From the time I go to sleep to the time I wake up, I seek out the injustices done to humankind.’”

Belafonte nods and says, with gentle and unforced conviction, “I just get up in the morning and I can’t let them win. That’s it.”

This is hardly the most powerful or memorable moment in Sing Your Song, but it summarizes Belafonte’s public life with superb concision -- while he gained his fame as an entert...

Released: 2011 Rated: NR Length: 100 mins

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