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Red Troop is caught in a confrontation between rival forces in Zimbabwe during an unofficial visit to a farm owned by Dempsey's cousins Alex and Sarah.

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SSgt. Henry 'Henno' Garvie
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Cpl. Ricky Mann
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Ed Dwyer
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Col. Aidan Dempsey
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Becca Gallagher
Louis Decosta Johnson ...
Dave Woolston
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Kathy Crampton
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Gagmandawe
Kwaku Ankomah ...
Soldier 1
Ilario Bisi-Pedro ...
Didymus Nutasa
Shelley Borkum ...
Sarah Du Preez
Saskia Butler ...
Luanne Du Preez
Jon Cartwright ...
Alex Du Preez
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Pierre Du Preez
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Hector Du Preez
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Red Troop is caught in a confrontation between rival forces in Zimbabwe during an unofficial visit to a farm owned by Dempsey's cousins Alex and Sarah.

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15 January 2005 (UK)  »

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setting and enemy characters too unrealistic
8 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

This episode was supposed to be set on a farm in Zimbabwe. It borrows from the vague understanding that the Zimbabwe 5th Brigade committed atrocities in Matabeleland some time in 1984 and that many White farmers were violently evicted from their farms about 20 years later. But the whole thing is just a cliché. You have an Idi Amin looking officer (wrong country) using wrong vehicles, wrong weapons, wrong uniforms, wrong terrain and wrong village scenes.

Most of the background looks like the English countryside except for a few Venda dwellings (South Africa) that were used in some scenes. I suppose they were mock ups, but again, wrong culture.

The wooden dialogue was equally cliché and the local 'whites' are taught a lesson on how they should behave by post colonial British squaddies. That is, its OK for a white woman to kiss a black man. (A considerable number of Zimbabwe citizens are of mixed heritage - how did that happen?) The scene where the farmer taunts the drunken tsotsi who is holding a knife within swiping range is just silly.

Oh, and the Botswana-Matabeleland border is flat. I know this is fiction, but it is pure fiction. Couldn't they have walked down to Luton and asked a local?


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