Romero

Romero

Director: John Duigan Cast: Raul Julia, Richard Jordan, Ana Alicia

DVD (Color)

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/19/2013
UPC: 0727985013039
Original Release: 1989
Source: Vision Video
Region Code: 0
Presentation: [Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 1:45:00
Sales rank: 23,025

Special Features

Deleted scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Raul Julia Archbishop Oscar Romero
Richard Jordan Fr. Rutilio Grande
Ana Alicia Arista Zalads
Tony Plana Fr. Manuel Morantes
Lucy Reina Lucia
Tony Perez Father Rafael Villez
Rene Pereyra Cigarette Man
Harold Gould Francisco Galedo
Juan Peláez Ernesto Claramount
Eddie Velez Lieutenant Columa
Jose Chavez Trowe Don Manuel
Robert Viharo Colonel Ernesto Dorio
Eduardo Lopez Rojas Bishop Cordova
Ruben Rojo Archbishop Chavez
Antonio Serrano Corporal
Al Ruscio Bishop Estrada
Abel Woolrich Campesino
Álvaro Carcaño Soldier
Victor Carpinteiro National Guard
Arturo Rodriguez Doring Juan
Damián Alcázar Campesino
Claudio Brook Bishop Flores
Alejandro Bracho Father Alfonzo Osuna
Rocio Munoz Campesino
Martin Lasalle Bishop Rivera y Damas
Francisco Mauri Salvador Ramos
Evangelina Elizondo Josephina Gatedo
José Escandón National Guard
Regino Herrerra Campesino
Jose Antonio Estrada Man with Photo Album

Technical Credits
John Duigan Director
Geoff Burton Cinematographer
Roger Ford Production Designer
Ellwood E. Kieser Producer
Lawrence Mortorff Executive Producer
Frans Vandenburg Editor
Gabriel Yared Score Composer
John Sacret Young Executive Producer,Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Romero
1. Main Credits [2:58]
2. Subversive [5:19]
3. Appointment [2:54]
4. Beginnings [5:04]
5. Communion [3:11]
6. Freedoms [3:18]
7. Mourning [1:59]
8. Music [4:45]
9. Equal [3:25]
10. Questions [4:12]
11. Memories [3:26]
12. Patience [5:53]
13. Responsible [3:16]
14. Garbage [5:39]
15. Violence [2:55]
16. Divisions [2:47]
17. Barracks [3:36]
18. Unity [5:15]
19. Confession [2:38]
20. Abductions [3:25]
21. Storm [2:19]
22. Negotiation [1:49]
23. Ultimatum [2:39]
24. Human Beings [3:31]
25. Mistake [2:05]
26. Belief [2:36]
27. Voice [4:11]
28. Salvation [2:58]
29. Orders [2:51]
30. End Credits [3:30]

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Romero 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie puts all the issues that led to Liberation Theology into dramatic form. The basic problem is social injustice: the poor are poor because the rich are rich. To protect their wealth, the ruling class uses the military to silence anyone who protests. Romero (Raul Julia) goes from being a conservative bookworm to an activist for social justice. The acting is top-notch, and the story as gripping as classical tragedy. I teach Religion courses and have used this film for years to show what real Christianity looks like.
Guest More than 1 year ago
ESTE FILME É UM EXCELENTE RETRATO DAS NEFASTAS DITADURAS IMPINGIDAS ÀS AMÉRICAS LATINA E CENTRAL. RAUL JULIA ENCORPOROU DE MODO EXTRAORDINÁRIO A 'PAZ INQUIETA'VIVIDA PELO ARCEBISPO ROMERO. ASSISTIR A ESTE FILME É,COM CERTEZA,UMA MANEIRA DE DAR MAIS UM PASSO NA LONGA CAMINHADA ESPIRITUAL, ALÉM DE SER UMA GRANDE AULA DE HISTÓRIA.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Good for all Catholics and even some non-Catholics the film shows how people will bleed and die for their faith, and how the clergy can be leaders and how they can stand up for our rights. A really excellent film, while having violence it can be a family movie.