A look at the final moments of a ruler in Haiti as a violent revolution erupts around him.



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Credited cast:
Jean de Dieu Théogène, le président
Mireille Metellus ...
Rachel Corvington
Nicole Dogué ...
Anne Labuche
Gessica Geneus ...
Odette Vilbrun
John Baker
Tasha Homan ...
Sharon Temple
La chanteuse / Singer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jeanne-Henry Alexandre ...
Marchande 2
Aline Calixte ...
Marchande 1
Schneidine Calixte ...
Sandro Charles-Antoine ...
Huissier portique
Haendel Dorfeuil ...
Elvire Eugène ...
La cuisinière
Stanley Fabien ...


A look at the final moments of a ruler in Haiti as a violent revolution erupts around him.

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A highly recommended film...
30 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Moloch Tropical is a dynamic, powerful, opulent, well choreographed and formulated film. Once again, Mr. Raoul Peck has clearly demonstrated his remarkable and unprecedented talents. Moloch Tropical continues to be the highly anticipated film by movie critics worldwide. Moloch Tropical first premiered at the opening of the TIFF, and currently has quickly risen to the top twenty four most highly anticipated films list at the DIFF. Mr. Peck continues to validate his genius edge by consistently producing liberal films that captivates the attention span of audiences worldwide by utilizing unique and creative approaches, while simplifying the complexity of social economical political regimes. Mr. Peck is well-known for freely expressing his passion for films by placing emphasis on creativity, vivid cinematography, and commemorative story plots. Moloch Tropical is a remarkable and influential film that depicts nepotism and turmoil during political incumbencies. Practical, enlightening, and fascinating are the very least words to describe such a magnificent, fictional film that is highly and strongly recommended to film connoisseurs for viewing and purchasing. Another great film achievement indeed; directed, written, and produced by the renowned film prodigy, Mr. Raoul Peck.

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