'Bridesmaids' Star Wins Over All-Girl Soul Group in New Flick

Chris O'Dowd discusses the true story of 4 Australian women who performed for U.S. troops in Vietnam
2:28 | 04/05/13

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sapphire." A musical comedy about an all girl soul group who performed for u.S. Troops in vietnam in THE '60s. Happy to have chris with us this morning. Good morning, america. Chris, chris and his blue suede shoes. I've gone suede. You know what, it's just rock 'n' roll at this time in the morning. Commitment. I love it. Congratulations on the new marriage. Hey, thanks so much. Yeah, it's way better than the old marriage. You know what, to hell with her. Let's talk -- with we talk -- take a look. This is your character dave. Yes. Trying to explain soul music to four women who weren't quite clear on the concept. Take a look. Like breathing in and breathing out and breathing in and breathing out ♪ ♪ and breathing in and breathing out and breathing in and oh mercy ♪ ♪ oh can I have sommer si now ♪ any questions? For an irish man raised on the commitments, soul music a big part of your life. The commitments would have come out when I was 12 or 13 and for some reason everyone who was around when the commitments came out all young men in ireland were like all right now. I think -- it was time for a change and everybody just went, I think we're just black now. That's great. Soul music is huge in ireland for that reason. True story about four as we saw aborigine women who in THE '60s HAD BARELY GAINED THE Right to vote. They've gone on to great things, a little bit of history. Terrific, written by the son of one of the original singers from the group. So it all is very close to home. Like that there was so much oppression and suppression at that time and until '67, indigenous communities were considered flora and fauna, not even real people so it's terrific that we can make a film that celebratory and joyous and doesn't lend itself too many to the depressive kind of areas. A phenomenal film. I do want to eyelashes batting, a most unconventional sex symbol. Chris o'dowd. Thank you very much. "The sapphires" is in theaters right now. Go see it and we'll be right

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