Savior

Synopsis: Joshua is a former U.S. military official who fled to the Foreign Legion when his wife Maria was killed by Muslim fundamentalists in Paris, and now he's a mercenary, fighting in the Yugoslav war on the Serbian side against Muslims.
Genre: Drama, War
Director(s): Predrag Antonijevic
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  2 wins.
 
IMDB:
7.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
56%
R
Year:
1998
103 min
42 Views


Christian, how are you, son?

Good. You missed mass, Papa.

I don't go for that religious stuff.

Don't you believe in God?

You don't have to go to church

to believe in God.

God is everywhere. He's inside you.

He's in me. He's in Mommy.

Even in bad people?

Yeah, even in bad people.

So what's with you?

Nothing.

Always late!

Ambassador called.

I'm sorry. We can still go.

-Where we going?

-The movies.

The movies?

Which one, huh?

Go get us a paper, and while you're

at it, get yourself a woman.

We'll make it, just like I promised.

You promise him a lot of things.

I have to work.

Let's just have fun, huh?

Here's your newspaper, Papa.

And the woman said

she needed more money.

Hey, Chris!

Peter!

-How are you?

-Good.

Good to see you.

Maria.

So what are you guys up to?

Going to the movies.

Don't get mad now, but I gotta borrow

your father for a couple of hours.

-What?

-We gotta get back. We got an alert.

It's a bomb threat.

Some Muslim fundamentalist group.

Again?

Shit.

Well, colonel's orders.

Behave.

All right.

I'm really sorry I can't take you

to the movies. We'll go tomorrow.

No, you can't do that.

You promised him.

It's an emergency. I have to go.

Why?

I have to.

I'm really sorry.

Take care.

See you later.

Come here.

Maybe you should take a week off.

I could use it.

I know she could use it.

Call for ambulances!

Yes, sir!

Maria!

Maria!

Oh, God! God! God!

Somebody! Help!

Christian!

Help! Somebody! Help!

God!

All right, Josh.

The plane's ready

for transport to Dover.

May we?

We'll get them, Josh.

We'll track them down.

"Track them down"? Bullshit.

Just walk down the street

to the nearest mosque.

Look, Josh. I know this

is a bad time for you.

Let us investigate.

We'll find these people.

They'll be brought to justice.

I'll meet you at the airport.

Carry on, sergeant.

Where you going?

For a walk.

Gentlemen, you lost

your name, your passports...

...your bank accounts,

your right to get married.

But we will give you new name...

...date of birth

and a second chance.

Above all...

...a family.

Don't forget, gentlemen.

A family!

But if any of you doesn't function...

...the whole family does not function.

We fight for no country...

...no flag...

...or political boss.

We fight for honour...

...our fellow soldiers.

We never leave our dead

or wounded behind.

We...

...respect our enemy.

We fight...

...anywhere in the world.

We have no home.

The Foreign Legion

is our home, gentlemen!

Watch it. They look real dangerous.

Scary.

What a fucking job.

I'm glad we're not re-enlisting.

Six years in the Legion.

That's enough.

But what we gonna do?

I mean...

...I'd like to find a war where

I fight for something I believe in.

You wanna hate the guys you pop?

Yeah, it'd be nice for a change.

Look what I found, man.

Good grass.

Let's roll a huge bomber.

Not for me.

Well, I need one.

This war sucks, man.

Stop thinking about it.

I'm getting out of here.

What are you gonna do?

Sell used fucking cars...

...until somebody finds out

who you are?

Open a butcher shop.

Don't do it.

Just don't do it.

Hey, you've done nothing wrong here.

Well, it feels like I did.

I'm getting out.

I'll miss you, man.

Hey, hey, hey, can you hear me?

Can you hear me?

Don't you ever get bored up there?

What do you want?

Haven't you heard, man?

They called a truce.

We have to go back to my village

to pick up prisoners for exchange.

Exchange?

Yeah, man, exchange with Muslims.

They captured some of ours a year ago.

Now they wanna get rid of them.

Give me a minute.

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