1. I can't stop thinking what has happened to them after all those years. The woman who suffered from cancer l really hope she made it

  2. Great Documentary! However I am missing black people in this film who do not promote the stereotype of being primitive and undeveloped people – from the western perspective.

  3. I watched this when I was in highschool for the first time. I wish they would make life in a day almost a decade later, I wanna see where all these people are now and who's not around.

  4. Damn i liked that song which is been sung by african women , 41:28 to 43.. Where can i find this song ?? Whats the song title and artist name. I hope to find this song one day. If anyone have any idea please let me know..

  5. I remember this day, it was being advertised for awhile before it happened and I was ready with camera in hand to film my day….:'D nothing happened haha, oh well, watching it once it came out was even more amazing, here I am again, I wish they'd do another because this is one of the best films I've ever seen.

  6. I've seen this movie about 8 times now. Everytime I watch it I'm blown away. It's really quiet sad though, to read the comments and see some people who are just so wrapped up in their own little life/bubbles that they're completely ignorant to life outside.

  7. Logan Paul it is ok. You said sorry. You should cut out the part that the person was rip. 🙁🙁🙁🙁🙁🙁🙁🙁🙁😞🙁😢🙁🙁😞😞😞😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😞🙁

  8. This show impacted my life. It showed me that regardless of the country or culture you are from, we all share the vulnerabilities and beauty of our common humanity. This show inspired me to teach abroad in the U.A.E and to travel more frequently than I had before. Love it!!

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