Saints and Soldiers: Airborne Creed

Synopsis: On August 15, 1944 the 517th Parachute Regimental Combat Team (PRCT) jumped over the south of France. Their mission was to support and protect the Allied Troops marching to Berlin. Landing in enemy territory, they fell under immediate attack. In their effort to complete the mission and rendez-vous with their unit, three isolated paratroopers come across a group of French resistants in desperate need. They decide to help liberate some of the captive Partisans. Doing so they will risk their lives.
Genre: Action, Drama, War
Director(s): Ryan Little
Production: Independent Pictures
94 min

[Peaceful Music]

[Speaking German]

[Speaking German]

Fertig machen.







[Mouthing words]

Five minutes out!

Get ready!

[Distant Gunfire and Explosions]


[Distant Yelling]

Here they come!

Look out!


Stop right there!

This way.

[Distant Yelling]

[Distant Dog Barking]

[Chattering in German]

[Indistinct Chatter]

[Dog Barking]

[Yelling in German]

Don't shoot!

Nicht schiessen! Nicht schiessen!

Komm hier!

[Dog Snarling]

Nicht schiessen.

Nicht schiessen.

[Mumbling in German]

Was ist das?

Wo ist deine einheit?

[Yelling in German]

Auf den knien.

Bist du alleine?

[Chattering in German]

Bist du alleine?


[Explosions and Gunfire]


I've never been so happy

to see you guys in my life.

It's just me.


I'm alone.

Where's the rest of your unit?

I don't know. Where's the rest of yours?

Name's Curtis.

I'm Rossi.

Thank you.

Yeah, don't mention it.

What're you looking for?.

Promised my buddy Gates

I'd get him a souvenir.

S.S. Death Head Ring, a Luger,

something good like that.

I have no idea where the

drop zone is from here.

Hey, you got a compass?

Uh, yes, I do.

Let me see it.

Where's yours?

Lost it in the jump.

That ground came up a

lot faster than I expected.

Hard to do a PLF in the dark.

Makes for a rough landing.

That mountain range puts us right here.

13 miles from the drop zone.

How are we so far off the mark?

Oh, blame it on the Pathfinders.

When I jumped, I swear they

were dumping me over the ocean.

One hell of a ride.

Well, I hope our boys are

waiting for us in Les Arcs.

Well, that's still two

miles past the drop zone.


Better get going. You ready?

Yup, let me just grab my rifle.

Let's check it out.

I'll go first.

I'll go.

You cover me.

Okay, it's all yours.

Don't move.





Just you two troopers?

Yeah, we couldn't find anyone else.

This is Corporal Rossi.

Sergeant Jones, Bravo Company.


What're you singing?

Uh, it's an old hymn.

It's not very uplifting.

You got anything else?

Not right now.

What happened to you?


My whole stick did it.

Seemed like a good idea at the time.

What would your mother think?

If all your friends jump off a bridge,

are you going to?

All my friends jump out of planes.

Sort of the same thing.

Well, what's the story?

There's got to be a story.

Well, it's a warrior thing.

Heading into battle.

I'd explain it, but I don't

think you two would understand.


Fair enough.

What's the plan, Sarge?


Well, we just can't sit here and wait.

Germans will be sending out patrols.

Who knows how long it'll be

before the unit comes and finds us.

Battalion was supposed

to rendezvous at Les Arcs.

That's what we're gonna do.

If we're lucky, we can

get there by nightfall.

And how far away's that?

Oh, I'd say...

Um, 19 kilometers.

No, I need to hear it in miles.

You don't know how to

convert kilometers into miles?

They taught us that at basic.

Yeah, they taught it, but I didn't learn it.

It's, uh, about 11 miles.

Well, I don't know about you,

but I joined the Paratroopers

to get a ride into the fight.

Not so I could wear my

boots out trying to find it.

Most likely we'll see a

lot of Germans along the way.

Yeah, you can count on that.


We'll just have to improvise.

What is it that Colonel Graves said?

"A few men can create a

hell of a lot of trouble

if they happen to be in the right place."

Do what we were trained to do.

We'll make it back.

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