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Wildcat ()


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An ambitious reporter stationed in the Middle East who is taken captive after her convoy is ambushed. She is confronted by the trauma of her past and must find a way to bring down the militants who incarcerated her.

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Khadija Young
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Luke
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Abu Khalid
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Hamza
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Jalal
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Vince
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Adam
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Amir
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Saif
Christian A. Vazquez ...
Imad
Alexandra Amick ...
Embassy Switchboard (voice)
Matt Blundell ...
Case Officer (voice) (as Matthew Blundell)
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D.I. Receptionist (voice)

Directed by

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Jonathan W. Stokes

Written by

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Jonathan W. Stokes ... ()

Produced by

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Christopher Alender ... producer (p.g.a.)
Jensine Carr ... line producer
Scott G. Carr ... executive producer
Greg Gilreath ... executive producer
Narineh Hacopian ... producer
Adam Hendricks ... executive producer
Zac Locke ... executive producer
David A. Smith ... executive producer

Music by

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Nicholas Jacobson-Larson

Cinematography by

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Adam Lee

Film Editing by

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Matt Blundell

Editorial Department

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Kelli Krysh ... colorist
Kaley Lankenau ... post producer
Sean Mark Lamb Lewis ... assistant editor / on-line editor
Allison Terry ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Monica Kelly
Jennifer Treadwell

Makeup Department

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Chelsea Orduno ... key makeup artist (as Chelsea Orduño)
Josh Russell ... special makeup effects artist
Sierra Russell ... special makeup effects artist
Galaxy San Juan ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Chelsea DeVincent ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Paul O'Hannigan ... second assistant director

Art Department

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John H. Adams ... set dresser
Darrin Commerton ... set dresser
Erik MacRay ... Lead Man
Arnie Rabano ... set dresser
Jason Thirlaway ... property master

Sound Department

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Rich Bussey ... foley editor
Juan Campos ... sound editor
Cazz Cerkez ... Foley Editor
Jason Chiodo ... dialogue editor / re-recording mixer / sound editor
Matt Davies ... foley artist
Chris Neely ... sound mixer

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Dylan Chase ... visual effects artist
Dave Jacobson ... Lead visual effects artist
Nick Lively ... visual effects artist
Mel Lyman ... visual effects supervisor
Spencer Smyth ... visual effects artist

Stunts

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Mallory Thompson ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sarah Maloney ... DIT

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Mearygrace Gato ... set costumer
Vincent Miramontes ... set costumer
Jazmine Robinson ... set costumer

Music Department

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Alessandro Saini ... technical score engineer

Script and Continuity Department

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Gala Ricote ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Mike Alvarado III ... set medic
Egor Barkanov ... production assistant
Cyrus Emami ... production assistant
Marcos Gabriel ... Executive Creative Director: Soapbox Films
Natalie Locke ... Production counsel
Noah Campbell Smith ... assistant: Mr. Alender (as Noah Smith)
Eddie Zapata ... production assistant

Thanks

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Max Adler ... special thanks
Jeffrey Alender ... special thanks
Matthew Barnette ... special thanks
Elizabeth Bassin ... special thanks
Richard Bilbro ... special thanks
Derek Bishé ... special thanks
Shahrzad Davani ... special thanks
Adham Elnashai ... special thanks
Sarah Fain ... special thanks
Janina Gavankar ... very special thanks
Jacob Gentry ... special thanks
Anna Halberg ... special thanks
Elyse Hollander ... special thanks
Bodie Hyman ... special thanks
Joe Ksander ... special thanks
Evan Parter ... special thanks
Emma Tammi ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The film is divided into five chapters: part 1 - Khadija, part 2 - the interrogations, part 3 - the embassy codes, part 4 - the lightweight, part 5 - wildcat. In part 1 a journalist, Khadija Young, captured in Mosul after her convoy was attacked, is tortured and interrogated to reveal that she works for the state department, while at the same time showing that she knows Arabic and has established the identity of her captor. A soldier, Lucas (Luke) White from the convoy she was with, shares her cell. In part 2 she admits that she works for the CIA, and establishes that their captors want to bomb the American embassy compound in Bagdad. In part 3 they feed their captors false information regarding the embassy entry codes. In part 4 Luke returns after an interrogation and apologizes to the journalist that he has revealed to their captors that they have been feeding them false information. Khadija attacks the torturer and in the confusion Luke manages to obtain a weapon (a short saw). Luke dies as a result of an infected wound he sustained when the convoy was attacked. In part 5 Khadija is moved to another location close to the central mosque and manages to attack her torturer with the saw and get hold of his cellphone. She call the embassy, who send a commando team and free her.

Taglines Some people cannot be broken. See more »
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  • 93 min
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Trivia The tank in the movie poster is a German Tiger tank from WWII and would not be present on a modern battlefield. See more »
Soundtracks Islamic Call to Prayer See more »

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