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In February 1993, American law enforcement agents mounted a raid on a religious community in Waco, Texas that went disastrously wrong. It would turn into the longest and bloodiest siege in ... See full summary »

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In February 1993, American law enforcement agents mounted a raid on a religious community in Waco, Texas that went disastrously wrong. It would turn into the longest and bloodiest siege in modern American history leaving 84 people dead - including 22 Britons. Now, using FBI surveillance footage, secretly recorded tapes and interviews with those who were there, this film gives a unique insight into what really went on inside Waco.

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Made in England

This set was excellently ran, production was smooth, the crew was happy, actors on point and directed well! The British know how to produce great stuff! Entertaining program for Discovery Times. Olly Robinson and his crew did a top-notch job, I have been on many sets, but this was one of the best. Tammy Kempinski did a wonderful job for the casting dept, Kal Weber was an excellent choice; he played a very convincing Koresh. Rob Freeman, a seasoned actor from the U.S., was mentoring the extras on set which helped for the siege scenes. Finally, Neil Rawles (Director), a motivated filmmaker who commanded the scene without any dis-heartenment of cast or crew, he has a quiet sense. Overall, this project is quite entertaining and tried to keep an accurate account of both sides of the turmoil.


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