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Forever Young, Forever Free (1975)

G | | Drama, Family | May 1977 (USA)
When the chips are down and everything seems lost, it's good to have a best friend.

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Bess Finney ...
Muntu Ndebele ...
Norman Knox ...
Simon Sabela ...
Ken Gampu ...
Naomi van Niekerk ...
Fanie Bekker ...
Bingo Mbonjeni ...
Patrick Mynhardt ...
Doctor Du Toit
Dale Cutts ...
Jan Bruyns ...
Phoebe Bhengu ...
Alyce Webb ...
New York Schoolteacher (as Alice Webb)
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When the chips are down and everything seems lost, it's good to have a best friend.

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Forever Young, Forever Free
25 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was exceptional. Like some of the other posts I too have never forgotten this movie. Very, very powerful - 30 years later I can still recall vivid images and details of this movie. I struggled to find the title of this movie as the only thing I could remember about the title was the word "free". I remember seeing the movie in the theater as a child; I figured the movie was released in the 70's; it seems so amazing to have such a memory of this film at the age of 7. What I remember most was the despair and alienation that the African boy was going through after arriving in New York to reconnect with his friend. His struggle seemed to mirror the feelings that I had as a adopted child that I could not find the words to express. I now have a family of my own and I would really love to have a copy of this movie.


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