Knocks at My Door Movie Review 1993

Information and Film Reviews for Knocks at My Door the Movie

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A small Latin American town is in political turmoil, with military patrols making a brutal search for a rebel fugitive. The fugitive seeks refuge in the home of two Catholic nuns, Sister Ana (Oddo) and Sister Ursula (Escobar), who theoretically are protected by the Church. Ana knows the young man will be tortured and executed but when a neighbor betrays his presence, not only is he captured but Sister Ana is arrested. To save her own life Ana must sign a paper claiming the young man threatened her with a gun but will her religious faith transcend political expediencies? Adapted from a play by Gene; Spanish with subtitles.

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International Film Circuit, Inc., Planet Pictures, Inc., 54 West 21st St. 903, New York, NY 10010, Phone: (212)691-0770, Fax: (212)691-6812, Email: ifcplanet@aol.com

Available on VHS
Running time 105 minutes.
Originally from Venezuelan.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Politics, Religion, Nuns & Priests, South America, Adapted from a Play, Ethics & Morals
Screenplay
Juan Carlos Gene
Cast
Veronica Oddo, Elba Escobar
Cinematography
Adriano Moreno
Director
Alejandro Saderman
Music
Julio D'Escrivan
Producer
Alejandro Saderman

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