Neither Heaven Nor Earth

Synopsis: While on a mission in Afghanistan, French captain Antarès Bonassieu's men start vanishing one by one without explanation.
Director(s): Clément Cogitore
  5 wins & 11 nominations.
100 min

Well find them hollering

down some hole.

Where were the civilians?

Up on the ridge.

Its a sheep, Captain.

Was your last radio contact

before or after the civilians?

Before, I think.

Hey Captain...

Bax! Get them.

Any trace of my men,

Im taking everyone!

No ones done anything.

What were those kids doing up there?

Taking the sheep up.

Why arent you in school?

- Hes a shepherd.

- A shepherd.

Right, youre all shepherds.

Show me your hands.

Come on!

Clean for a shepherd.

Search him.

See if hes got a cell phone.

Hes clean.

What were you doing up there?

- Burning the sheep from the barbwire.

- Why?

It wasnt killed properly

so they couldnt eat it.

I need to be told

when more than 2 men go to the valley!

No one goes to the valley.

What about him, the other day?

Men with sheep dont count.

Youre protecting someone.

Youre afraid!

Its Sultan, isnt it?

Where is he?

If I have to burn the village down

to find my men, I will!

Therell be nothing left but ashes!

If you do, well walk to Kabul

to report you,

and it is you

who will finish in ashes.

Dont use that tone with me.

What do they want?


I dont know. This isnt Kabul,

it doesnt work like that.

Make them talk.


You think theyre Al-Qaeda?

Heres last nights satellite images

at 30-second intervals.

Between the villagers leaving at 2:44

and the relief arriving at 6:03,

there is no trace of any movement

in the sector or at the border.

Yet two of you were watching.

- William?

- Yes?

Go over there.

- Whatd I do now?

- Go over there.

- Here?

- A little further.

Sit in the middle of the camp.

Right here?

Thats good.

Look at him.

- See him?

- Yeah.

Corporals turn.

Something this simple blocks heat.

Dont believe only what you see

in the goggles.

No more of these.

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