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After almost getting killed in a terrorist attack during an international mission, Pablo, a Spanish military doctor returns home to heal his wounds with his family. Soon Pablo starts suspecting that the army is withholding information about the attack and starts receiving pressure from the military high command to verify the official army version of the events. His refusal to comply and his search for the truth will endanger his life and his family. Written by
I have to say, I don't like war movies, simply because they are predictable and they all look alike, but this is way way different than I would have anticipated.
For once, a true hero as portrayed as he should be, a man with prejudices and a sense of the moral. This guy goes through hell and back and admits to his mistake, even when he is place in the position of a man with temporary amnesia. To make the right thing in a situation like his, that in my opinion means to be a real hero.
And of course we have the American factor, that is shown in it's true nature, the violent and suppressing power that it is. The true crime belong to the invaders not to the invaded. So the message is loud and clear and should spark some of the brighter people out there what reality is all about (a deformed truth).
I give it a 10/10 just because it's original and the plot is so well written that it rely makes you think, it can't get more real than this.
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