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Madonna's Malawi Documentary Now Available For Free On Hulu

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While Hulu’s tagline may be “An evil plot to destroy the world”, the online video-streaming site is certainly helping to do a world of good by showing Madonna’s new I Am Because We Are film. The documentary, which explores the lives of children in Malawi who have been orphaned by the AIDS crisis, is now freely available with limited commercial interruption. Those ads you do see appear to be for non-profit orgs — the first one I spied was the creepy John Lennon PSA for the One Laptop Per Child initiative.

Madonna, who also narrates the film, said this about the experience: “To say that this film is a labor of love is trivial. It’s also the journey of a lifetime. I hope you all are as inspired watching it as I was making it.”

Running time is just over two hours. To have a look, jump here.

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