A soldier is stuck in a combat zone after stepping on a mine.



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Cast overview:
Denis Quilliard
Yannick Murat
Caroline Bal ...
Caroline Fresney
Arnaud Henriet ...
Eric Pastres
Jeremie Galan ...
Marc / Junior / Martinez
Patrick Gimenez ...
Capitaine Hénoque
Othman Younouss ...
Rabii Benjhail Tadlaoui ...
Le taliban
Eric Aubrahn ...
Adjudant chef Robin (voice)
Romain Ogerau ...
Akela (voice)
Ian Marshall ...
Mike Ross (voice)
Sylvie Bariol ...
Emilie (voice)
Mastoura Wasiri de Perthuis ...
Femme afghane (voice)
Francis Zegut ...
Speaker radio (voice)


A soldier is stuck in a combat zone after stepping on a mine.

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Release Date:

15 January 2014 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Trapped  »

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€3,000,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Tough Going in the Desert
16 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

It is true to say all films are a fantasy. They come from someone's imagination. But even fantasy has a kind of rule book. If Mary Poppins drops in from a space ship you start asking questions instead of accepting the unfolding drama. When you start saying halfway through a movie, this is impossible, no one can do that - even if it is a fantasy

  • then the movie has failed. In this movie, Denis is a French soldier
trapped in a desert. He has put his foot on a mine. The only mine in hundreds of miles. If he moves he'll get blown up. He gets shot in the arm. Has no water. And yet he remains upright a day and a night with taking his foot off for a second. He even calls his wife in France on his cell phone and apart form getting some white grease paint to make him look a bit off key, manages to cope quite happily. This movie sets itself up as a slice of realism. That means you have to stick to the rules. Fact. Get a slug in your body, anywhere and you die without immediate medical aid. Soldiers carry morphine to ease the pain. Not Denis. Trapped reminds me of those old Westerns when Tom Mix gets shot. No blood. No pain. Great photography saves a very very silly movie from zero rating. At times I felt almost as trapped as Denis

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