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Nadja Bester over 6 years ago
Colonialism: When you root for Indians to appear more Christian so they'll remain 'free'.
Dan Kearns over 8 years ago
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Carles over 7 years ago
The Mission is a 1986 British drama film about the experiences of a Jesuit missionary in 18th century South America. The film was written by Robert Bolt and directed by Roland Joffé. It stars Robert De Niro, Jeremy Irons, Ray McAnally, Aidan Quinn, Cherie Lunghi and Liam Neeson. It won the Palme d'Or and the Academy Award for Best Cinematography. In April 2007, it was elected number one on the Church Times Top 50 Religious Films list. The music, scored by Italian composer Ennio Morricone, was listed at #23 on AFI's 100 Years of Film Scores. The film is set in the 1750s and involves Spanish Jesuit priest Father Gabriel (Jeremy Irons) who enters the South American jungle to build a mission and convert a Guaraní community to Christianity. The Guaraní community above the perilous Iguazu Falls tie a priest to a cross and send him down the falls to his death. Father Gabriel travels to the falls and plays his oboe. The Guaraní warriors captivated by the music, allow him to live. Mercenary...
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