Black Hawk Down

Black Hawk Down
Black Hawk Down




138 minutes


Action and Adventure


English / Somali

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It is October 3, 1993, and amid the chaos and violence consuming the African country of Somalia, two American soldiers are to be dropped into the city of Mogadishu to capture a warlord's henchmen. But when their helicopters are attacked and then crash, the pair find themselves stranded on the ground with hostile forces on all sides - a desperate situation that only grows more so as the hours pass. This is a smart and often spectacular action thriller, based on a true story, with a sometimes chilling sense of realism.


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Contains strong battle horror and language.

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