The life of Archbishop Oscar Romero, a Salvadoran priest who was assassinated in 1980 for trying to initiate reforms on behalf of his congregation. Julia's performance is gripping!
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Duplicate is essentially a subject about two men, one good and one bad, but co-incidentally have the same face. Bablu(Shah Rukh Khan) is basically a day dreamer and aspires to be Chef of International repute. He is forever day dreaming of cooking at 5-Star establishments. Manu Dada (Shah Rukh Khan) on the other hand is a ruthless criminal on the run. Bablu is in love with Sonia (Juhi Chawla) who is the Food & Beverage Manager of an up market hotel. She is always a part of his dreams. He wishes to take her abroad and settle down. Manu romances with a night club cabaret dancer Lily (Sonali Bendre). They together migrated from overseas and entered the world of crime in India. Bablu and Manu's tracks keep alternating till they converge at the interval point of the film. After which Manu holds the innocent Bablu at ransom and continues his violent escapades using Babloo's name. Bablu eventually retaliates and seeks revenge. This is what Duplicate is all about. The film ends on a happy note with the realization of Bablu's dreams. He is finally becomes a Chef of International fame.
"Romero" is a compelling and deeply moving look at the life of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador, who made the ultimate sacrifice in a passionate stand against social injustice and oppression in his country. This film chronicles the transformation of Romero from an apolitical, complacent priest to a committed leader of the Salvadoran people. Acclaimed actor Raul Julia (Kiss of the Spider Woman) stars as this man of God forced by the unspeakable events going on around him to take a stand -- a stand that ultimately leads to his assassination in 1980 at the hands of the military junta. This film features powerful performances by Richard Jordan (Interiors, The Secret of My Success) and Ana Alicia. Australian writer-director John Duigan (The Year My Voice Broke) makes his directorial debut with "Romero."
The life and work of Archbishop Oscar Romero who opposed, at great personal risk, the tyrannical repression in El Salvador.
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