Superstar singer-entertainer Dolly Parton stars in a dramatic role as a Texas Swing band singer caught in a violent, destructive relationship that leads to suspense and murder. Thiola ... See full summary »
In the first drafts of the script, the characters Tony and Angie were simply boyfriend and girlfriend. In later versions it was thought that making them married would add more to their arguments and separation. See more »
I watched the actual events unfold in the news on TV. For those four days, I was glued to that TV. Although this movie was not totally factual, I enjoyed watching it and felt the emotion and energy of the story. The first time I watched it, I was tearing near the end. But that soon stopped when I noticed that the actors portraying the Filipinos in the street were NOT Filipino! What a disappointment. To viewers who can't tell the difference in appearance between a Filipino and another Asian, it's not so bad. But for a Filipino who happens to be taken by the emotion and tension of the scene in the movie, it was such a disappointment. Overall, the movie was good. It adequately portrayed the message of the whole People Power Revolution and what it was able to accomplish...
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