Friday, 23 June 2017

Black Hawk Down - film review

Black Hawk Down was directed by Ridley Scott. It stars Josh Hartnell and Ewan McGregor, who plays parts of the soldiers.

The film is set in Somalia in the 1990s. Mogadishu was a war zone and the political situation was unstable. So it was shot in Morocco.

The film is about the war in Somalia. America dispatched its special forces to stop the civil war there. In the beginning, the operation was expected to finish in one hour, but just after it started, two Black Hawk helicopters were shot down by rocket-propelled grenades (RPG-7). Other soldiers head into the enemy territory to help their friends, and plunged into violent & dangerous street fighting.

I strongly recommend Black Hawk Down. Each scene is very realistic. The soundtrack is memorable. The acting makes a deep impression on the audience. I think this film should be seen by everyone, as we have to know the facts that are happening in this world, such as war. If you like war films, you'll love this one.

Posted for Tomoro