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KajakiThe movie relives the true story of a platoon tasked with neutralizing a Taliban roadblock in the Kajaki region of Afghanistan. A dried-out river bed, and under every step the possibility of an anti-personnel mine. A mine that could cost you your leg - or your life.
Actors of "Kajaki"
Directors of "Kajaki"Paul Katis
Creators of "Kajaki"Tom Williams
Critic Reviews of "Kajaki"Toronto SunNovember 13, 2015
Kilo Two Bravo is one of the most intense anti-war films extant.Globe and MailNovember 13, 2015
Mines detonate, the men hold on, the humour is the gallows' kind and the audience's gut is as tight as the tourniquets on the hurt soldiers' stumps.Toronto StarNovember 12, 2015
An intimate, unforgettable examination of war.Washington PostNovember 12, 2015
Few war films are entertaining in a traditional sense. This one is so relentless that recoiling from it is nearly impossible.Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.comNovember 12, 2015
Once the men are on the riverbed facing a painful death, [director] Katis and screenwriter Tom Williams wind up the suspense to the point where even a rock cascading down a hill will have you holding your breath, waiting for the next bomb to detonate.Hollywood ReporterNovember 02, 2015
It's a relief that one can report that, strictly in aesthetic terms, it is indeed a well-made piece of work, executed with better-than-average levels of craftsmanship.South China Morning PostAugust 22, 2016
By casting unknowns, Katis only ratchets up the tension more, leaving his audiences breathless throughout, unable to second guess who might make it out alive.Under the RadarDecember 09, 2015
An arguably anti-war depiction of true events, yet one that expertly eschews the mawkish or sanctimonious didacticism such films frequently espouse.Dork ShelfNovember 13, 2015
A rare, incredibly well executed film about brotherhood, tenacity and grit.National PostNovember 12, 2015
The cast are fully believable, and the landscape - Jordan filling in for Afghanistan, as it did for Saudi Arabia in the recent release Theeb - provides another character, implacable and indifferent. War may be hell, but hell can be starkly beautiful too.Film Journal InternationalNovember 12, 2015
While hardly a fun time at the movies, Kilo Two Bravo is a fine piece by first-time feature director Paul Katis.
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