A former Marine sniper is lured back in on a top-secret mission to take out a Serbian general who is committing atrocities on the Muslim population. His partner in this mission is a death-row convict who has been given the chance to earn his freedom. Written by
He's good at killing and even better at staying alive.
13 March 2003 (Poland)
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Did You Know?
The rifle shown to Berenger in the cache of "antiques" and called a "Mauser seven-nine-two" was most certainly not a Mauser. By the looks of it and the cartridge compartment in front of the trigger guard, it appears to be a Moisin-Nagant seven-six-two. Though also of WW II origin, there is a vast difference as one was used by German snipers and the other was used by Russians. I notice later in the film, he is even using a "sporterized version" which has the lowered bolt lever rather than the straight stock version. See more
[Pavel is making a reference to Simand, the extraction point as well as a Muslim town that suffered from years of persecution
Muslims lived in this area for 600 years. The Nazis tried to wipe them out, then the communists and the Serbs. They were called the 'Modrus'. It means 'invincible'.
Why do this to them?
Language, religion, property, greed, you choose. Men kill other men and nobody knows why.
Spoofs Saving Private Ryan