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This captivating thriller -- based on extraordinary true-life events -- was honored with an Academy Award(R) nomination! Political terrorists, in a desperate bid to focus the world's attention on their fight for freedom, kidnap an American Ambassador (Alan Arkin, AMERICA'S SWEETHEARTS). Now, the diplomat's life hangs in the balance ... helplessly caught between a government unwilling to cooperate ... and his fear of the captors themselves! Directed by Bruno Barreto (A VIEW FROM THE TOP) and acclaimed by critics as one of the year's best films, FOUR DAYS IN SEPTEMBER is an explosively charged motion picture that delivers egde-of-your-seat excitement!
Based on an self-biographical book of Fernando Gabeira, "Four days" presents us the portrait around the kidnapping of the Noth-American Ambassador (Alan Arkin) in September... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Hiram Gomez Pardo
This film is not quite as great as I remembered it, but it's still good enough for repeated viewings..I recommend it.Published 1 month ago by Norman Triplett
Moving to Brazil and looking at movies to practice our Portuguese and give us a bit of insight into the history and culture of Brazil. Read morePublished 5 months ago by HerouxFamily
Its ok, I didnt know about the kidnappn before watching the movie, I mean in real life... Ive been watching these kind of movies for a long time, I had to buy this.Published on February 27, 2013 by Edgar S.
FOUR DAYS IN SEPTEMBER (1997)
Starring Alan Arkin.
A Brazialian film in Portugese telling the true story on when in Sept, 1969, a group of Communist... Read more
Fascinating, true story of the kidnapping of the American Ambassador to
Brazil (a terrific performance by Alan Arkin) in 1969 by a mostly young,
nervous group of... Read more
Very quick to receive the DVD - reasonably priced and an excellent movie about political intrigue and mystery during the late 60's.Published on December 9, 2010 by Peter J. Sheldon