Naomi Osaka

TV review by Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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age 14+

Introspective docu has cursing, brand logos.

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age 12+

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age 10+

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Its a very good docu about naomi osaka she is very good

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age 13+

naomi allows the audience to understand the complex humanity behind her success

naomi is a wonderful woman who chooses to be a positive force in sports by building supportive environment for women minorities. she also chooses to impact society by standing in solidarity for equality and healing from sexism- and racism-induced trauma. as she explores her inner strength and vulnerability, she takes the audience on her journeys towards positive growth and discovery.

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