Synopsis: After almost getting killed in a terrorist attack during an international mission, Pablo, a Spanish military doctor returns home to heal his wounds with his family. Soon Pablo starts suspecting that the army is withholding information about the attack and starts receiving pressure from the military high command to verify the official army version of the events. His refusal to comply and his search for the truth will endanger his life and his family.
99 min


Let's go.

Get back, get back!

Alpha Team with me.

Secure the perimeter.

Cover that flank.

Nothing gets through.

Vital signs?

Pulse and breathing.

How are you doing?

We still have work here.

She can'! wait,

we have to move her now.

You guys go ahead.

We'll catch up with you.

The ambulances can'! separate, sir.

She needs a hospital.

The ambulances have to be escorted.

It's procedure.

The f***ing procedure

will kill her.

No offense, sir, but we'll leave

as soon as this is over.


- How's it coming?

- Five more minutes.

Can'! wait.

The girl will die.

They can escort us.

You know the protocol, Captain.

They'll cover us, Sergeant.

- It's your responsibility.

- Fine.

Come on, we're leaving!

The Americans will escort

the second ambulance to the hospital

and back to the base.

Let's go.

Got the vein.

You'll get us in trouble again.

She's very weak.

Can'! find a pulse, Pablo.


I'm sick of this bloodbath.

- Why?

- Why the f*** are we here?

Same as always.

Humanitarian mission.

We're more like forensics.

We follow orders.

We go home alive.

I'll tattoo it on your chest.


Tattoo it on my balls.

Hi, sweetheart.


Shh, don'! speak.

You're weak and you need to rest.

Diego is fine, don'! worry.

Everybody's talking about you.

You've been here two weeks,

but you'll be okay.

You were very lucky.

Love you too.

Love you.

He doesn't remember what happened

after the accident.

He has temporary amnesia

and post-traumatic stress syndrome.

Don't worry,

it's common in these cases.

How can help him?

Give him time. His head is a jumble

of puzzle pieces right now.

In a few days with a little effort

he'll put the pieces back together.

Thank you.


Thank you very much.

Couldn't wait to have you home.

Miss Nurse,

can you take him to his room?

Come on.

Good morning, Dad.

How are you?

Fine, sweetie.

- And you?

- Fine.

Did you get up early?

Well, sort of.

Did you see the flowers

people sent you?


There are more in the living room.

- More flowers?

- Yeah.

My school sent you

a box of chocolates.

How nice.

You want to go for a walk?

Can you go out?

Only if you're with me,



- Wait for me outside.

- Okay.



It's nothing.

We have to get out of here.

Diego, we have to get out of here.

Diego, come on!

Honey, you shouldn't be out here.

We walked very slowly.

Needed some air.

We haven't been out here in ages.


Of course do.

This is where Dad asked me

to move in together.

I've really missed you.

Me too.



It's them.

The trucks all look the same.

I'll find a better shooting angle.

- Secure the area.

- Go.

This is Diego Arranz'

answering machine Please

lea I've a

message after the beep.

Diego, it's me again.

How are you?

Anyway, I'm home.

Want to talk to you.

Please call me.



Diego still won't answer his phone.

You shouldn't be up, darling.

How's your leg doing?

- Fine, better.

- Better?

My parents called.

They wanted to come to lunch

on Sunday,

but told them it's too soon.

That you're still not ready

for lunch with the family.


What are you doing?

Want me to show you?


Like this,

like this

and like this.

You see?

You know what?

My dad's friend knows

an architect's office in Coruna

-looking for people.

- Great.

Have you spoken with them?

- Sent them my resume.

- You could get lucky.

Someone from the Ministry came by

to talk to you.

The guy I saw you with?

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