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'The Music of Silence' reveals tenor Andrea Bocelli's life

'The Music of Silence' reveals tenor Andrea Bocelli's life

We've given you some of the best things to stream the past few weeks. But there's so much more out there, and the staff of the Kim Komando Show is going to start giving their best picks for the weekend, too.

If you're looking for something special to watch this weekend, here's a film that Kim Komando really liked, and it's available on Netflix.

"The Music of Silence" is based on the story of tenor Andrea Bocelli, who transcended his blindness through his singing.

Heartwarming story

In the film, a tenor named "Amos Bardi" lives the life that is recognizable as Bocelli's. He's born with glaucoma and then loses his eyesight at age 12 after an accident. But his salvation is his amazing voice.

His career takes off once he finds his unnamed maestro, who puts him through his paces and shapes him into a world-class singer.

The film stars Toby Sebastian from "Game of Thrones" as Bardi and Antonio Banderas as "The Maestro." If you are looking for an inspiring and heart-warming story this weekend, this is the perfect movie to watch!

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