A burnt-out photojournalist becomes involved in a Central American revolution.A burnt-out photojournalist becomes involved in a Central American revolution.A burnt-out photojournalist becomes involved in a Central American revolution.
A journalist, down on his luck in the US, drives to El Salvador to chronicle the events of the 1980 military dictatorship, including the assasination of Archbishop Oscar Romero. He forms an uneasy alliance with both guerillas in the countryside who want him to get pictures out to the US press, and the right-wing military, who want him to bring them photographs of the rebels. Meanwhile he has to find a way of protecting his Salvadorean girlfriend and getting her out of the country. —Tony Bowden <email@example.com>
Spectacular Oliver Stone film as always!
I must admit I love the first 90 minutes, the last half hour was a bit sad and hard to watch otherwise masterpiece! James Woods and James Belushi were incredible although I have seen Belushi as more of a comedic roles so this was odd to me. Oliver Stone is among my favorite directors ever - His films are masterful in most cases.
- Aug 19, 2019
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