Win a copy of The Dancer Upstairs
The Daily Telegraph has fifteen DVDs of John Malkovich's thought-provoking study of terrorism to give away. Read Sukhdev Sandhu's review of the movie's cinema release last year and enter the competition
Sukhdev Sandhu's review of The Dancer Upstairs from December 2002:
Christmas is drawing ever closer, and as it does, so our thoughts naturally turn to the tactics and ideological formations that underlie armed revolutionary struggles in the Third World.
Hot on the jackbooted heels of The Quiet American, Phillip Noyce's study of the anti-French struggle in 1950s Indochina, arrives The Dancer Upstairs, a long and sporadically fascinating account of the rise to public prominence of Maoist insurrectionaries in Latin America during the 1980s and early 1990s. click for more
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