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What happened from there is a twisty tale of clever and relentless investigation by local authorities; a dedicated prosecutor who came out of retirement to take on the case he had started so many years ago; and the enterprising help of a local woman named Kim Wagner, who provided police with a crucial piece of evidence that finally cracked this seemingly unsolvable case.
In Johnson's article, he writes that he ultimately decided against telling his kids about the origins of the ice cream truck song, but they will likely learn it one day. And his story raised awareness among his readers. Perhaps, therein lies the value of these songs: their existence raises awareness and starts conversations that we wouldn't have if they simply were forgotten. The stories we learn from them are painful, but also valuable. The songs meant something at the time they were created, and they have a different, and important meaning to our lives now: remembering a past that we should never forget.
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Physically, what actually separates Thandiwe (Newton) and Danny (Taylor) is actually a lake that's between the boy's academy and the girl's academy of a private Australian boarding school. Danny, here's the Harold part, is an eccentric misfit who envisions the headmaster as part of the Third Reich and doesn't attempt to make any pals at school. Thandiwe is the daughter of a Ugandan diplomat who's teaching at an Australian university because his opposition to the new Ugandan government has made him unwelcome. It's 1965 and the rock-and-roll radio invasion has found its way to this distant school across a much larger pond, where caning is still a regular part of discipline and dance attendance requires a haircut. Thandiwe is drawn to Danny because he has a rebellious spirit. He rows across the lake after midnight to flirt with her, she hides in the boys bathroom when she stays past curfew. It's a very sweet courtship, but what makes it different here than any other similar film is that a conflict in Africa determines how long they'll actually have to spend together. It's a continent that young rebels had never really given much thought to at the time and everything that Danny learns is new. Not just kissing, foreplay or sex, but entirely new ideas of democracy, globalization, and revolution. 2b1af7f3a8