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Loyal veteran Navy S.E.A.L. Lt. A.K. Waters (Bruce Willis) is sent into the heart of war-torn Africa on a hazardous mission to rescue Dr. Lena Hendricks (Monica Bellucci), a U.S. citizen who runs a missionary. When the beautiful doctor refuses to abandon the refugees in her care, Lt. Waters finds himself having to choose between following orders and the dictates of his own conscience. Together, they begin a dangerous trek through the deadly jungle, all the while being pursued by a rebel militiagroup, with only one goal in mind: to assassinate Lt. Waters' unit and the refugees in his care.
While it offers nothing new to the military-action genre, Tears of the Sun distinguishes itself with fine acting, expert craftsmanship and seriousness of purpose. Its familiar "extraction mission" plot is essentially similar to that of Black Hawk Down, involving a crack team of US Special Ops commandos struggling to rescue innocent missionaries amid the bloody horror of Nigerian ethnic cleansing. With Bruce Willis as their grizzled, no-nonsense commander, the skilful team enters a hot zone that gets even hotter when their "package"--an American national (Monica Bellucci) who runs the isolated mission--demands that 70 Nigerian villagers be included in the rescue. Willis's uneasy conscience leads him to defy orders and expand his mission, and in an ambitious follow up to Training Day, director Antoine Fuqua escalates tension and strike-force with considerable emotional impact. Originally considered as a potential entry in Willis's Die Hard series, and released in cinemas on the eve of America's war with Iraq, Tears of the Sun admirably avoids jingoism with its rousing story of personal good vs political evil. --Jeff ShannonSee all Product description
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No, this review concerns the Blu-ray edition I purloined a few days ago. Audio is a bit better, whilst stubble and beads of sweat are very clearly depicted, showing the efficacy of high-definition ... but WHY have several scenes been DELETED? Such as the closing scene of Arthur, now acknowledged as legal successor, addressing his fellow refugees at the Camerounian border; as Bruce & Co. take off in the helicopter, only Arthur’s fist and “Freedom!” are shown. These missing scenes are available in the Special Features, Deleted Scenes option ... but one is missing entirely: the scene where the victorious rebel leaders discuss which political bloc to turn to, The West, Russia or China. The other language option is Dutch, so am wondering if this is a ‘peculiarity of import.’
Am keeping my DVD; it is the whole film.
Please watch it you will not regret it.
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