Analysis Of The Movie ' The Film '

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Michael Hughes

Romero (the movie) is a biopic movie released in 1989 American biopic which depicts the life and death of the Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, who led peaceful protests against a violent military regime and made sure the people knew the truth, even though this ended up costing him his life. He is portrayed in the movie by Raul Julia.
Óscar Arnulfo Romero y Galdámez was born in 1917 and died March 24 1980. Romero was a high ranking member of the Catholic Church, who served as the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador. He was a very outspoken man with strong political opinions. He spoke out against social injustice, poverty, and the brutalities of Salvadoran life, such as the assassinations and torture that were carried out by the right wing death squads. In 1980 Romero was shot during the middle of a Mass that he was offering in a small hospital chapel in the capital of El Salvador, San Salvador and died.
Romero was born on August 15th, 1917 to Santos Romero and Guadalupe de Jésus Galdámez in Ciudad Barrios in the San Miguel department of El Salvador. Oscar Romero was baptized into the Church shortly after he turned one. He had many siblings, including 2 sisters and 5 brothers. Romero entered public school for the three years it was offered. He then used a tutor to continue studying until he turned thirteen. Romero then went on to attend the minor seminary in San Miguel, after having graduated from the minor seminary Romero then enrolled in the national
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