Filmmakers John and Louise Riber turn their cameras on popular musician Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi, celebrating the Zimbabwean singer and offering a retrospective of his career from its beginnings in the 1970s through his 2002 live album, "Shanda." The film also includes interviews with Mtukudzi, glimpses of everyday life in the singer's native land and the music video for his hit single "Ndakuvara."
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Have you watched Oliver Mtukudzi: Shanda yet? What did you think about it?