A Russian KGB agent is sent to Africa to kill an anti-Communist black revolutionary. However, he has a change of heart when he sees how the Russians and their Cuban allies are killing and repressing the locals, so he switches sides and helps the rebels.
- Stars:Dolph Lundgren, M. Emmet Walsh, Al White, T.P. McKenna, Carmen Argenziano, Alex Colon, Brion James, Ruben Nthodi, Vuzi Dibukwana, James Mthoba, Dinky Motsemme, Ernest Ndhlovu, Thapelo Mofokeng, Mxolisi Hulana, Nicky Rebelo,
- Country:South Africa, USA, Namibia
- Director:Joseph Zito,
- Writer:Robert Abramoff (story by), Jack Abramoff (story by), Arne Olsen (story by), Arne Olsen (screenplay)
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(br) wrote: This movie relies on the worst characters (cough...cough...minions) and will teach your kids that Mexicans are evil and love just "happens".
(mx) wrote: This film explores an interesting & delicate subject, taking us to some very different and beautiful places & temples all over the world. I liked to see how people reconciled their religion with their desires, keping their passion for God despite what narrow minded people had to say or do to them. However as another reviewer said, the stories were often same-y & although i guess it was the filmakers intent not to bring their own judgement to the story, i felt more cohesion and especially more of an 'ending' would've improved this vastly. Still, its definitely worth seeing.
(kr) wrote: Though it is slow to begin with, I ended up really loving this and ended up with a few tears in the ending, which I didn't see coming. The ensemble nature of the characters means that Daniel Radcliff doesn't stand out at all, which was good - no thoughts of Harry Potter, due also to his spot-on Aussie accent.
(br) wrote: I just finished watching this movie and have to say how I cried. The fact that George Adamson (brilliantly played by Richard Harris) is living proof that man and beast can co-exist. How would I love to seethese creatures to thrive without us interfering/removing them from their space.
(es) wrote: Just loved it... If I ever go to purgatory - and why shouldn't I - there'll be Dafoe. For sure.
(nl) wrote: Interesting movie that has been largely ignored or forgotten.
(us) wrote: Sharply written, it's a slow burn of a film. This is horror for intellectuals. Very well done.