Three Kings

Three Kings
Three Kings

Year

1999

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Comedy, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

A bold and memorable movie, Three Kings is set in the Gulf War of the early 90s. A group of American soldiers discover what they think is a map leading to a stash of gold bullion, and set off into the desert of Kuwait to retrieve it. Their path to riches, however, is blocked by what remains of the Iraqi army, and the chaos the war has brought. In this smart but thrilling story, the soldiers have to deal with both dangers from those around them, and their own confusion about their role in the war.

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15 Classification

Passed '15' for graphic war violence and very strong language.

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