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No Baby, No Nobody But You
Lyrics and Music by Seger Ellis
Performed by Stan Kenton and June Christy
Published by EMI United Partnership Ltd/EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Licensed Courtesy of Capitol Records Inc.
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I was not all that impressed outside of learning something I did not know.
Their story was amazing. A king of an African country experience apartheid because of his country's closeness to South Africa. The only reason he could eat in restaurants and go see a movie in his country was because he was king, but any old white dude did not need such a large stature to do the same (It's like that Chris Rock joke about how he could only live in the neighborhood he lives in cause he's a famous comedian while his white neighbor is just a Dentist).
The king gets educated in Britain and meets a white woman that captures his heart like no other, which opens up a new can of worms for his country facing apartheid.
Though I did learn something new, I should point out that overall this movie is a love story. The focus of the story is more about love conquers all, and I'm not sure how accurately the film is, but it's definitely a very sweet film, about the challenges of Interracial marriage in a time and place that did not want these two to be together.
For that it was a good movie to see, hard to say which is better This or Loving, which is about the same thing, but I thinking Loving had some better acting. David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike could have done better.
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