The dramatization of the life of Egyptian leader Muhammad Anwar al-Sadat, from his early years as a young officer fighting the British, to his assassination in 1981.
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1983  
Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »
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 Anwar al-Sadat 2 episodes, 1983
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 Gamal Abdel Nasser 2 episodes, 1983
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 Jihan Sadat 2 episodes, 1983
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 Thompson 2 episodes, 1983
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Eric Berry ...
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 Mrs. Raouf 2 episodes, 1983
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 Menachem Begin 2 episodes, 1983
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 Leonid Brezhnev 2 episodes, 1983
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 Atif Sadat 2 episodes, 1983
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 King Farouk 2 episodes, 1983
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 Israeli Man 2 episodes, 1983
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 Boldorov 2 episodes, 1983
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 American Ambassador 2 episodes, 1983
George Morfogen ...
James Garrett ...
 British Corporal 2 episodes, 1983
Judith Penrod ...
 TV Reporter 2 episodes, 1983
James O'Sullivan ...
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 Williams 2 episodes, 1983
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Dennis Howard ...
 Elliott Richardson 2 episodes, 1983
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 Israeli Soldier 2 episodes, 1983
Michael Saad ...
Walt Hanna ...
 Jimmy Carter 2 episodes, 1983
Gertrudis Kuntz ...
 Golda Meir 2 episodes, 1983
Ben Slack ...
 Ariel Sharon 2 episodes, 1983
Joe Renteria ...
 Egyptian Soldier 2 episodes, 1983
Mohamed Abdul Kheir ...
 Wedding Mullah 2 episodes, 1983
Nathan Lam ...
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The dramatization of the life of Egyptian leader Muhammad Anwar al-Sadat, from his early years as a young officer fighting the British, to his assassination in 1981.

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Louis Gossett Jr. is Anwar Sadat. A Man of War Who Died for Peace See more »


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PG | See all certifications »
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This movie brought the wrath of Egypt against Columbia Pictures, the film's producers, and Louis Gossett, Jr. All of whose films were briefly banned in that country. See more »

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Hollywood "Realism"
19 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

Typically, scenes show ground views from planes traveling over 450 mph which could not be possible. More obvious are the bullet strikes on the surface occurring at a movement-rate of several inches per second. Even with a cyclic rate of 600 rounds per minute, ten strikes per second would cover a distance of ~45 feet between strikes, not the one or two feet shown in the film. Reality does not seem to be a strong point though in action films. Just the gratuitous depiction of the action.


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