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Through the Eyes of the World

Celine Dion

Year: 2010

Runtime: 02:53:20

This documentary captures the French-Canadian diva Celine Dion touring the world with her child and husband. In addition to footage of the award winner performing many of her most well-loved hits, the movie shows how she attempts to maintain a stable family life during these hectic tours.

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