|At Play in the Fields of the Lord (VHS, 1992, 2-Tape Set)|
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Deals with some of the basic issues regarding the encroachment of the ever expanding social-economic system into native peoples territory. The scenery is beautiful, and the performance of the powerful script is done expertly by a spangled ensemble of top rated actors, including Kathy Bates, John Lithgow, Tom Berenger, Tom Waits, Daryl Hanna, Aidan Quin, etc. This is one of the best movies, I have seen, a must see.
A fine, large budget movie filmed in the jungles of South America. Dealt with the competing interests of civilized intrusion into pristine jungles, and the primitive natives inhabiting the area. Spectacular scenes of a small aircraft flying in the mesas of Venezuela, including close ups of Angel Falls. Excellent cast, which included actual primitive natives in their environment. Actor Tom Beringer gave an outstanding performance.
i bought it fo my sisters B-Day she was so desperate to have it,
i watche it with her and at first it was ok, the second time i watched it with my mom and i really didn't like it at all.
I hate it that they make missionary look like idiots in the movie why don't they sent people down there with more experience?? &c.&c...
amyways my sister loved it so thats the only reason why i gave 3 stars
This is undoubtedly one of the most underrated films of all times. The photography, and various plots with twists & turns, will make you think for days after viewing it. It definitely is an adult film with award winning performances. Some years,films like this get ignored because of the big star status & hype of other films/actors/actresses. If you are reading this review, it is because you watch top notch films. You owe it to yourself to watch this film.
This movie has a great cast with some excellent individual performances. The
setting in the Amazon rain forest is spectacular and the photography captures it well.