Morab Tennessee Walking Horse cross
Original Silver. Lone Ranger’s
Tennessee cross stallion. That’s a
Lone Ranger’s horse of choice.
Sounds excellent sir.
Glorious horse Murphy.
Tight on Luttrell starring into the plunging sun.
7 EXT. AFGHAN VILLAGE - DAY 7
INTERCUT AFGHAN VILLAGE. Intro Afghan warlord. AHMAD SHAH.
35 years old. Tall, strong. Fierce. He moves through anAfghan village with a small pack of equally fierce Talibanwarriors.
LOCAL AFGHANS avoid eye contact. This Shah and crew feelslike an old school western bad guy moving through a cow town.
NOTHING like the SUICIDE BOMBERS of BAGDAD. These are real
warriors. Strong-jawed. Thin but ripped muscles. Worn rich
soulful faces, vivid eyes, color reds and blues. Strong
boots. Military vests. Good radio equipment. Well-maintained
Shah’s number two is TARAQ. Late twenties. Shah is vicious,
TARAQ, is more vicious. Strong and very, very violent.
A very worthy opponent.
RIGHT now they are clearly pissed. Shah leads the way, walks
They are looking for a man. Someone has violated TALIBAN LAW,
accused of aiding the Americans.
Shah moves into a house. Women and children terrified.
Trembling. Women pleading.
Where is he?Hagha Cherta Dey?
The women scream. As Shah starts throwing teenage boys aroundthe room. Slamming them viciously into walls.
A 25-year-old man Gulab tries to reason with Shah. A YOUNG
Please, we want no trouble. Mehrabani/lutfan, monga hes
mushkil no ghowaro
Taraq throws Gulab down hard. Turns, locks eyes with an olderAfghan man(30s). Taraq moves quickly at him, kicking him inthe face, his foot down hard on his throat.