The Sapphires Reviews
During their tour they learn a great deal about each other and themselves. Relationships are formed and tested all to a cracking soul soundtrack.
The story may be well trodden, but the setting makes the racial subtext quite emotive and the talented cast make it a very likable and believable tale. An easy one to get swept up in and a joy to watch.
The acting performances are good, too.
Chris O'Dowd is one of those actors that always seems to bring up the level of any movie he is in, kind of like Jane Lynch does for the films/shows she is in. They just make them better.
Jessca Mauboy has a great voice and sings the old soul songs like they should be sung.