When a mysterious illness nearly wipes out his entire village, claiming the
lives of both his parents, 9-year-old Musa (Junior Singo) is forced to
set off on his own, eventually joining the ranks of the scores of
orphans who live on the streets of Johannesburg. Directed by David
Hickson, this poignant award-winning film examines the heartbreaking
effect that AIDS has had on the poor and underprivileged children of
Africa. 2003 113 minutes. Netflix
DJE: This is a sensitive film about the scourge of HIV/AIDS in sub-Sahara Africa. Well worth watching.