The Sapphires was one of the megahits to emerge from Cannes this year. The Weinstein Company bought the rights to distribute the picture, an unlikely story about a group of four Aboriginal Australians in the 1960s who launch a singing career. During the film festival, we caught up with three of the stars, Deborah Mailman, Jessica Mauboy, and Shari Sebbens. They spoke to us about their backgrounds and what it was like working with funny man Chris O'Dowd. Before the film hits theaters, get to know the ladies and check out our The Sapphires review.
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