Sorry. l was showering.

We're low on blood bottles.

Just one cooler left.

- And this?

- Expired 1 or 2 years ago,..

...but it's okay.

That's why it's cheaper.

And this is for you.

- You're an angel. Do you...

...realize that?

- Can we go now?

- Yes, let's go.

Husam, take Al Urdun Street

and then to Checkpoint Al Mansour.

What? Why Al Mansour?

We're picking up two journalists.

Do we have to?

They're our way in.

A little publicity won't hurt.

My God!

One is quite nice.

Then he's not a good journalist.

Sir, sir?

- Hi.

- Hello!

Sir, sir!

A kilo, please.

Don't you have school?

ls business okay?

Thank you.

- Goodbye.

- Goodbye.

Oliver. They know nothing

about a convoy. Let's go back...

...and film some car bomb.

Then we'd have something.

- They're coming.

Maybe something went wrong.

lt always does.

At least we have fresh dates.

Not bad for a start.

Shall we?

- Yes. Let's go.

Oh, f*ck!

- Hi, Kim!

- Hi.

My cameraman Ralf Siebert.

Kim Ruyter.

My pleasure.

You aren't serious about the van?

lt's all we could get.

Better than nothing.

Come on. l'm glad it worked out.

Everything okay?

Let's go.

Hold on!

To Fallujah in an unarmored van?

Come on, let's get in.

There's a ceasefire until sunrise

tomorrow. Until sunrise.

By then we'll be

out of there for sure.

lt's only 80 kilometers.

- By tomorrow morning?

Our driver knows the road.

We'll be met by our contact...

...who'll take us to the hospital.

lt's all organized.


We aren't doing this so you can get

into that nurse's pants,..

...are we?

- Come on, get in.

Peace be with you.

You got papers? The Gls knew

nothing about your "convoy."

We have all we need.

Dr. Alain Laroche

and Husam al Zawiri, our driver.

Can l sit in front?

Then l can do some filming at least.

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