General Idi Amin Dada
Uganda's dictator, General Idi Amin Dada, accepts a foreign crew's request to interview and film him. He talks to the camera about his outreach to Arab nations, his goal of eradicating Israel, his views on economic policy, and his views of Nixon, Kissinger, and other world leaders. We also see him dressing down his ministers at a cabinet meeting (two weeks after this meeting, the foreign minister, whom Amin criticizes here, is murdered), supervising a war-game simulation of an invasion of Israel, visiting a village, and addressing a conclave of Ugandan physicians.
A documentary on the military dictator of Africa's Uganda. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
General Idi Amin Dada torrent reviews
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(jp) wrote: Good, but not up to the same level as the first and second films. Stephen Rea just didn't rise to the villainous heights of Bill Nighy and Tony Curran in the other films. Also, the lack of Jeff Speedman was a let down.
(ru) wrote: not my kind of movie
(mx) wrote: It's a must! For those who appreciate art and urban life.
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(jp) wrote: Some of it is funny, but only the action makes up for the bad parts
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(es) wrote: great family movie!!! wasnt sure if my kids would sit still long enough to watch it but to my surprise i dont even think they got up to go to the bathroom
(ag) wrote: Poor. Poorly acted and poorly directed. And worst of all, dull.
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