In the middle of the desert, an area filled with 33 million blast mines scattered everywhere, marine sniper Sergeant Mike Stevens is on a mission to locate and neutralize the leader of a terrorist cell. After three months and six days in the desert, one single moment of hesitation is enough to blow the entire mission, and now Sergeant Stevens is stranded in a hostile guerrilla territory all alone, and to make matters worse, with his left foot on an active mine. Against the harsh environment, without water, the sergeant must stay glued to the spot and use his Marine training, his resourcefulness and his perseverance for the next 52 hours until a convoy arrives in his area. Between the scalding heat of the day and the freezing cold of the night, if Sergeant Stevens wants to survive, he must fight not only the mighty forces of nature but also the greatest adversary of them all: himself. Written by
One Single Step and it's All Over.
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Did You Know?
Due to concerns about piracy, the original English-language version was unavailable in Italy until May 2017, after the film had been released in English-speaking markets. See more
The sniper rifle is seen equipped with a Sound Suppressor when the sniper shoots at the embankment to create a diversion. A sound suppressor doesn't make a gun silent as seen in the movie. It would still easily be heard by the terrorists at the distance shown. See more
[in intermittent flashback as Mike is struggling to reach the flare in the desert
[knighting Mike with a ladle in the kitchen
Do you thus pay homage to our crown and swear fealty on our realm?
[on one knee, smiling, then serious
Your highness, I hereby swear to be a courageous knight, reverent and courteous, always... champion of truth, and justice. I hereby swear to be honest, and good. I swear to protect our realm, and I swear this before you, my Princess.
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You Got to Keep Moving On
Performed by Elliot Friederich
Music by Andrea Bonini See more