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Kilo Two Bravo (2014)

Kajaki (original title)
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Kajaki Dam 2006. A company of young British soldiers encounter an unexpected, terrifying enemy. A dried-out river bed, and under every step the possibility of an anti-personnel mine. A mine that could cost you your leg - or your life.


Paul Katis


Tom Williams (screenplay by), Tom Williams
Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 4 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
David Elliot ... Mark Wright
Mark Stanley ... Tug Hartley
Scott Kyle ... Stu Pearson
Benjamin O'Mahony Benjamin O'Mahony ... Stu Hale
Bryan Parry Bryan Parry ... Jonesy
Liam Ainsworth ... Andy Barlow
Andy Gibbins Andy Gibbins ... Smudge
John Doughty ... Dave Prosser
Paul Luebke ... Jay Davis
Thomas Davison Thomas Davison ... Jarhead
Grant Kilburn Grant Kilburn ... Alex Craig
Robert Mitchell ... Faz Farrell
Jon-Paul Bell ... Luke Mauro
Malachi Kirby ... Snoop
Ali Cook ... Spud McMellon


In September 2006, a 3 man patrol of Paras sets off from their outpost overlooking Kajaki Dam in southern Afghanistan, to engage the Taliban. As they make their way across a dried out river bed one of them steps on a mine left from the Russian intervention some 25 years before. His colleagues rush to his aid only to find they are surrounded by mines and every move threatens serious injury or death. Written by Andrew de Lotbiniere

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


A film about bravery, courage, heroism and the ultimate sacrifice.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for disturbing and graphic depiction of war injuries, and for pervasive language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

13 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Kilo Two Bravo See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


At the film's first test screening, director Paul Katis was initially depressed as the audience traipsed out without saying a word. He thought that they didn't like the film, when in fact they were traumatized by what they had just seen. See more »


When the initial patrol approach the minefield, an SA80 rifle is seen with both the SUSAT sight fitted and the Iron Sights Fore Sight also fitted. This is incorrect, if the rifle has a SUSAT sight, the Iron Sight Fore Sight is always removed. See more »

Crazy Credits

After the song is heard in the credits, the soundtrack changes to a recording of radio communications of an action in Afghanistan. See more »


Featured in The EE British Academy Film Awards (2015) See more »


All Of My Life
Written and Performed by Phoebe Katis
Arranged by Anthony Leung and Phoebe Katis
Recorded at The Crypt Studios
Produced by Anthony Leung and Ricky Barber
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Epic, Real, Impeccable Masterpiece!
7 March 2016 | by jonlioncourtSee all my reviews

I like war films. Not because I like war, but since it happens I'd like to know more about it. This film isn't like "Platoon", "Hamburger Hill", "Saving Private Ryan" or any other such "Movies". This film isn't like a movie at all. It is so real that it sucks you into every moment as though you were actually there. After the character development, I was literally on the edge of my seat, with my elbows on my knees with my hands holding my cheeks. I saw it at home, so thankfully I was able to pause it to make a cocktail; I needed one because it was that serious.

Other war films I have seen and liked; they seem like popcorn fodder compared to this one. I was so engrossed in the progression and actually became angry at war itself like I have never felt before. I wasn't aware it was a true story until the end credits and I cried then. I was emotional throughout the film, not even knowing this. It was so real that I talked not only to myself, but to the characters I was watching.

Thankfully, there were no "shaky cameras" like "Inglorious Bastards", making it easy to concentrate on what was really going on. What was going on was disturbing and humbling at the same time. Every scene and every incidence was relevant. I don't even call this film a "movie", because it is better than that. I have never given 10/10 to any film and rarely write reviews, but this one is deserving of a 15/10 if that were possible. If you have any reservations about watching this film, cast them aside and view it. Every aspect of what a perfect film would be about is included in this one. It's not a family film or for those who faint easily. It is gripping, extremely graphic, truthful and simply a masterpiece of cinema.

It is deserving of the Academy Award for "Best Picture", "Best Director", "Best Screenplay", "Best Actor", Best Supporting Actor", "Best Cinematography", "Best Editing", "Best Makeup", and of all the films I have ever seen, I put this one on the top of my list, and that isn't an easy feat. With my child love of the "Wizard Of Oz" and my insatiable lust for "Star Trek" and "Star Wars", this film has dethroned all of them. This is the best film I have ever seen in my life.

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