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Simply beautiful, both visually and emotionally a must see
One of my all time favorite movies
This may be one of the most emotionally resonant films I have ever seen. There is some beautiful scenery in this movie, the story is heartwarming and the ending is incredibly emotional and bittersweet yet still weirdly heartwarming. Duma is adventurous, it's exciting, it's sad. Duma, in my opinion, deserves more attention.
Best movie ever! Love the acting and it's such a great movie!
Duma is definitely familiar in its storyline and it has an odd structure for sure, but the film is so wonderfully old-fashioned and charming that its flaws are easily forgotten. It has beautiful scenery and a great use of African music, it is moving in its ending and it has such an adventurous spirit that it thoroughly succeeds as a family adventure flick.
Great scenery, very interesting film.
2016-03-20 beautiful scenery, very well done, learned a lot about cheetahs too. Keeper.
Duma took me back to the Okafango and brought my photos/paintings of cheetahs alive.
I'm glad they still make movies like this.
Nice little kids coming of age story.