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Under FireThe film tells the gripping, emotional story of a pair of news correspondents chronicling the final days of the corrupt Samoza Regime in Nicaragua who find themselves under fire from both sides.
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Directors of "Under Fire"Roger SpottiswoodeBirthdate: 5 January 1945, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Creators of "Under Fire"Clayton Frohman
Critic Reviews of "Under Fire"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
Director Roger Spottiswode, after a couple of earlier actioners, has great potential.Time OutJune 24, 2006
A thrilling film, with a head, a heart, and muscle.Chicago Sun-TimesOctober 23, 2004
This is the kind of movie that almost always feels phony, but "Under Fire" feels real.New York TimesMay 20, 2003
Means well but it is fatally confused.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsOctober 19, 2016
Superior thinking man's complicated political action drama.Creative LoafingMarch 11, 2015
Anyone who (like me) is a sucker for 80s political thrillers set in troubled foreign lands will find this a must-watch, in the same class as The Killing Fields, Missing, Salvador and The Year of Living Dangerously.TV GuideJanuary 03, 2012
[Spottiswoode] succeeds brilliantly in creating the chaotic last days of Somoza's government while at the same time incisively evaluating the moral dilemma faced by war correspondents.EmanuelLevy.ComMay 07, 2011
A timely political drama, well acted by Nick Nolte and Gene Hackman.Shadows on the WallFebruary 26, 2005
above-average battle movieSpirituality and PracticeJuly 23, 2003
Presents a fascinating look at a journalist caught up in the tensions and violence in Nicaragua's civil warFilm4May 24, 2003
Spottiswoode captures the random terror of the war zone, the press corps's acute journalistic instinct for story and survival, and the appalling moral dilemmas that reporters must confront.
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