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Fire Over Afghanistan (2003)

Blackhawk pilot and reporter are knocked out of the sky over renegade warlord's territory and struggle against impossible odds to escape with their lives.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jeff Stearns Jeff Stearns ... Captain Jeff Walker
Jordan Bayne ... Kris Andrews
Fred Dryer ... Colonel Collins
Mihail Meltev Mihail Meltev ... Massood Hadjani
Nicolai Sugarev Nicolai Sugarev ... Rajib
Dimitar Terziev Dimitar Terziev ... Babashan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Angelov Daniel Angelov ... 2nd Medic
Darin Angelov Darin Angelov ... 2nd pilot
Dejan Angelov ... 1st Medic
Stefan Ivanov Stefan Ivanov ... Commander
Brian Katkin Brian Katkin ... Captain Conrad
Mel Lewis Mel Lewis ... Lieutenant
Petar Meltev Petar Meltev ... Suicide Bomber (as Peter Meltev)
Vladimir Nikolov Vladimir Nikolov ... US Guard
Stefan Shterev Stefan Shterev ... Bald Rogue
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Tormented by the death of young son, Captain Jeff Walker patrols the most dangerous territory on earth in his Blackhawk... Afghanistan. Walker is risk taker, hero to some, a danger to everyone. When he and reporter Kris Andrews are shot down over a vicious warlord's territory, Walker seeks to save her, and in the process find himself. Written by Anonymous

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His struggle to escape will become their war See more »

Genres:

Action | Drama | War

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence including rape and language | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 September 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Stin kolasi tou Afghanistan See more »

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Budget:

$455,000 (estimated)
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L&P Productions See more »
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Color
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How to Not Make a Movie.
23 March 2005 | by HalGuentertSee all my reviews

I thought this movie seemed like a case study in how not to make a movie for the most part. Since I am a filmmaker, I give it a 2 for consistency.

The problems remain from beginning to end with the plot being extremely predictable using bits and pieces of most, if not all, previous successful war stories. The computer generated graphics were too much like viewing a video game at points and there seemed to be no attempt by the director to add some realistic quality to the story. I was interested in the budget to get an idea of what he had to work with, but did not find that information.

It seemed like this project pushed the limits of a low budget movie too far resulting in a production that drags the viewer along with the story without their imagination being engaged. The actors weren't bad, but the plot needs more innovation.


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