Based on the true story of a British platoon in Afghanistan who wandered into a minefield while out on patrol and fought to keep each other alive while waiting to be rescued.
Would be interested to see how much of this mirrors the actual events, but it remains one of the more harrowing and unbelievably intense war movies I’ve seen in some time, one that’s as much about the horrors of war as it is the comradery that comes with. The thick accents might be a bit hard to get through and the first half-hour is just one big waiting game. Power through. You’ll be glad you did.
It’s got a cool 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.