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Lima: Breaking the Silence (1999)

An intense drama based on the true story of Peruvian rebels who in 1997 kidnapped several hundred high-ranking diplomats and government officials in an attempt to force the release of 400 political prisoners.

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Menahem Golan
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Lara Joe Lara ... Victor
Billy Drago ... General Monticito Frantacino
Christopher Atkins ... Jeff
Bentley Mitchum Bentley Mitchum ... Bruce Nelson
Julie St. Claire ... Elena
Richard Lynch ... James Gallagher, Ambassador (Ireland)
Charles Napier ... Padre
Dana Lee ... Ambassador Aoki (Japan)
Robert Ito ... President Fujimoro
Natalie Roth ... Delicia
Maureen LaVette Maureen LaVette ... Betsy Brown / Phoebe Pratt
Darren Foy ... Hector Carpa
Aleksandr Kashperov ... Russian Ambassador
Angela Korabliova Angela Korabliova ... Russian Ambassador's Wife
Vladimir Vasilevich Vladimir Vasilevich ... Judge In The Court
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An intense drama based on the true story of Peruvian rebels who in 1997 kidnapped several hundred high-ranking diplomats and government officials in an attempt to force the release of 400 political prisoners.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, some sexuality and brief language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 March 1999 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

127 Tage Todesangst See more »

Filming Locations:

Minsk, Belarus

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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The most stupid film ever made
3 January 2002 | by tlimofSee all my reviews

This film is so bad is not even worth reviewing, in fact it shouldn't be even here, it should be in the Internet Trash Data Base. It makes look hispanics, chinese, japanese, and all other races except americans. It's so stupid the terrorists look like the true heroes and the actors that portray them look like models. If the terrorists looked like that why bother being terrorists if they could make a career in modeling. The movie is plain stupid, it has all the cliches of what a latin american should look like. The writers think that all countries look alike, images of the president and flags everywhere, the jails are the worst, the cops are crooks, and the crooks are cops. The president always on fatigues come on this movie is just so idiotic, besides Cristopher Atkins is the star that should be enough to drive you away!!!


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