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Despite its somewhat disjointed narrative, Oliver Stone's Salvador is a vivid and powerful political drama that sets an early tone for the director's similarly provocative future projects. Read critic reviews
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Cast & Crew
Ambassador Thomas Kelly
John Cassady ('Newsweek' reporter, photographer)
Maj. Maximiliano 'Major Max' Casanova (presdential candidate)
Jack Morgan (U.S. State Dept. Analyst [CIA])
Cathy Moore (Catholic lay worker)
Col. Bentley Hyde Sr. (Officer, MILGROUP)
Pauline Axelrod (reporter, ANS News)
Col. Julio Figueroa
Human rights leader
Human rights assistant
First Assistant Director
Audience Reviews for Salvador
Aug 13, 2015There's plenty of substance, the problem is Stone's insistence on filming it like a documentary which leaves the tone floundering.
Jul 09, 2014"..... remains one of his strongest works to date." Maybe so, but I found it quite dated.
Mar 07, 2014With great regret, Salvador doesn't get the air play that it should. This chronicle of the turmoil in El Salvador is powerful and gives honour to those lost in the conflict.
Mar 15, 2013Its definitely one of the better films about American journalists embedded in a foreign country. The politics are understandably angry and James Woods' scrappy performance is just great.Alec B Super Reviewer