13 Hours (2016)

Director: Michael Bay

Writer(s): Chuck Hogan, Mitchell Zuckoff (book)

Starring: John Krasinski, James Badge Dale, Pablo Schreiber, David Denman, Dominic Fumusa, Max Martini, Alexia Barlier, David Costabile, Payman Maadi, Matt Letscher, Toby Stephens, Demetrius Grosse, David Giuntoli, Kevin Kent, David Furr, Mike Moriarty, Freddie Stroma, Kenny Sheard, Andrew Arrabito, Christopher Dingli, Manuel Cauchi, Frida Cauchi, Abdesselam Bouhasni, Mostafa El Houari, Rachid El Adouani, Ahmed Hammoud, Mohamed Boussalem, Salah Bensalah, Joost Janssen, Yuric Allison, Davide Tucci, Stephen Oliver, Mohamed Naimane, Iskander El Hag Aisa, Saif Braik, Husam Chadat, Farid Regragui, Bashir Wahiel, Salame Jarboua, Mikhail Basmadjian, Mohamed Gornazi, Hicham Belaoudi, Joe Azzopardi, André Agius, Ayoub Layoussifi, Moutaouakil Mohammed, Wrenn Schmidt, Ivy George, Julia Butters, Shane Rowe, Kerim Troeller, Andrei Claude, Khaled Riani, Marcelle Theuma, Ben Youcef, Julie Daniels, Brian Mundey, Ben Affan, Ayoub Aghil, Sope Aluko, Elektra Anastasi, Len Anderson IV, Larissa Bonaci, Marc Cabourdin, Fabio D’Amato, John Deignan, Wesley Ellul, Liisa Evastina, Russell Paul Franklin, Vincent Frost, Natalia Krekhtiak, Adam Lieberman, Chantelle Micallef Grimaud, Erica Muscat, Gregory Niebel, Alan Paris, Tim Powell, Jonathan Pyatt, Nikovich Sammut, Nick Tabone, Steffi Thake, Mike West, Rania Zouari

Synopsis: Libya, 2012. At an unofficial CIA base in Benghazi a group of ex-military contractors are providing security. In the aftermath of Gaddafi’s downfall a power vacuum exists and the climate is volatile. Military weapons are freely available. The US Ambassador to Libya, Chris Stevens, makes a visit to the area, staying in a compound near the CIA base. On the night of 11 September, 2012, the Ambassador’s compound is attacked by hordes of heavily armed locals. The only forces willing and able to defend it are six CIA contractors.

Release Date: January 15, 2016 (USA) | Length: 144 min | Genre: Action, Drama, History, War | MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong combat violence throughout, bloody images, and language.

Note: I couldn’t identify the guy below. He’s the crazy guy selling the Russian SA7’s that calms down when Tanto says “jambo”. It sounds like Jamal calls him Hawani. He might be Iskander El Hag Aisa (East African) but I can’t find a picture of him to confirm either way.

 

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