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Romero

Author: Ellwood E KieserJohn Sacret YoungJohn DuiganRaul JuliaRichard JordanAll authors
Publisher: Worcester, Pa. : Distributed by Vision Video, [2009], ©1989.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Full frame [version]View all editions and formats
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Romero is the true story of the Catholic priest Archbishop Oscar Romero who lived in El Salvador during the political unrest in the 1970s. The government launched a 'terror campaign' against the guerillas in an attempt to crush them. Archbishop Romero's protests against governments' actions was perceived as disloyalty. As an example to others, the government began to destroy churches and murder priests. Despite  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Fiction films
Drama
Teatro
Biography Drama
Biografía Teatro
Named Person: Óscar A Romero; Oscar A Romero
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ellwood E Kieser; John Sacret Young; John Duigan; Raul Julia; Richard Jordan; Ana Alicia; Harold Gould; Eddie Velez; Tony Plana; Gabriel Yared; Geoff Burton; Roger Ford; Frans Vandenburg; Paulist Pictures.; Vision Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 317413101
Language Note: Soundtracks in English and Spanish; subtitles in English.
Notes: Originally released by Paulist Pictures as a motion picture in 1989.
Special feature: Behind the scenes look at making Romero.
Credits: Original music, Gabriel Yared; director of photography, Geoff Burton; production designer, Roger Ford; editor, Frans Vandenburg.
Cast: Raul Julia, Richard Jordan, Ana Alicia, Harold Gould, Eddie Velez, Tony Plana.
Target Audience: MPAA Rating: PG-13.
Description: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; all regions; Dolby digital surround stereo.
Responsibility: a Paulist Picture ; a John Duigan film ; produced by Ellwood E. Kieser ; written by John Sacret Young ; directed by John Duigan.

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Romero is the true story of the Catholic priest Archbishop Oscar Romero who lived in El Salvador during the political unrest in the 1970s. The government launched a 'terror campaign' against the guerillas in an attempt to crush them. Archbishop Romero's protests against governments' actions was perceived as disloyalty. As an example to others, the government began to destroy churches and murder priests. Despite persecution, Romero continued to speak out against the atrocities the government was committing against the people of El Salvador, until his assassination.

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