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The Mission
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The Mission 1986

From Amazon: Rodrigo Mendoza (ROBERT DE NIRO) was a violent soldier-for-hire in 1750s South America. Now he is a man of peace serving the Rain Forest Indians he once enslaved. But armies of Spain and Portugal threaten the lifestyle and safety of the native peoples. Now Rodrigo may have to pick up his sword and musket once again. From the producer of Chariots of Fire and the director of The Killing Fields comes a powerful epic co-starring JEREMY IRONS and graced with dazzling Academy Award-winning cinematography, set to a memorable music score and scripted by the Oscar-winning screenwriter of A Man for All Seasons and Doctor Zhivago. (read more)

Directed By:
Roland JoffeRoland Joffe
Written By:
No image existsRobert Bolt
Robert De NiroRobert De Niro
Jeremy IronsJeremy Irons
No image existsRay McAnally
Aidan QuinnAidan Quinn
Liam NeesonLiam Neeson
No image existsCherie Lunghi
No image existsRonald Pickup
No image existsRev. Daniel Berrigan

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The Mission Movie Review by Jarrod (11/11/2010)

'The Mission' is certainly a grand cinematic spectacle, a thrilling adventure story that also strives for historical accuracy, in its representation of the conflict between Jesuit missionaries and the European imperial powers that wish to plunder and enslave the native population of the South American rainforests, in...

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