The Making of '24: Redemption'

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Genre: Short
 
IMDB:
7.3
Year:
2008
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[ Dog Barking ]

[ Chattering ]

[ Whining ]

[ Shouting ]

[ Cell Phone Rings ]

[ Rings ]

Colonel Dubaku.

We are just leaving

the township now, sir.

- How many do you have?

- Five.

Only five?

By the time we got to the field,

most of the boys were gone.

I need soldiers,

not excuses.

I will bring some more,

sir, I promise.

Just bring them to me.

Youssou, take this.

[ Machine Gun Fire Continues ]

[ Dubaku ]

You will learn

to fight like men.

Of that I have no doubt.

This... will make you

strong little soldiers.

This will make you free.

Come.

Take it.

Ah.

How does it make you feel?

Powerful, yes?

Come.

Your mothers

and your fathers,

they have made you weak.

But General Juma,

he will make you strong!

He will make you strong

so that you can take back

the country...

from the governments

and the traitors

that work for them!

- Like this cockroach, here!

- [ Whimpering ]

Down.

[ Whimpering ]

This cockroach works

for the government

and their white masters.

- Yes. Yes.

- [ Man Weeping ]

No, no.

Have mercy on me.

They have taken our land.

No.

But soon

all that will change.

Soon all the land

will belong to

the people again.

So...

we must buy

our freedom...

with the blood

of this cockroach.

[ Whimpering ]

No.

He's only a cockroach,

and you know what we do

to cockroaches.

Chop up the cockroach.

Kill the cockroach.

[ Chanting ]

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

Kill the cockroach!

[ Screams ]

[ Jack Bauer ]

The following takes place

between 3:
00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Events occur in real time.

- I thought I told you to

turn up the air-conditioner.

- All right, sir. I do so.

[ Lowing ]

- For crying out loud.

- [ Horn Honking ]

- [ Lowing ]

- Go on! Go around them! Go on.

But we need

another player.

Find somebody else.

Who? Tell me, Willie--

Who can handle the ball

better than you?

That's right. No one.

We're not supposed to go

to town without Mr. Benton.

Mr. Benton worries too much,

and so do you.

Hey, Desmond!

Hurry, or the bus

will leave. Come on.

Let's go.

You're not my father.

I'm your brother,

and you'll do what I say.

- No!

- Fine then.

The truck is here!

The truck is here!

Hey! The truck is here!

[ Speaking Native Language ]

The truck is here!

[ Cheering ]

[ Children Chattering ]

I wasn't stealing it.

I swear.

I was just looking.

Forgot these.

Very pretty.

For a woman, yes?

I was gonna give it

to my daughter one day.

You have a daughter?

Yeah.

Where did you get it?

Rajasthan.

India. You ask

a lot of questions.

That's what

Mr. Benton says.

I bet.

When were you there?

- Last summer.

- Before you came here?

Yes.

And before that,

where were you?

- Different places.

- When are you going home?

I'm not going home.

Listen, I told the other boys

I'd help them unload the truck.

- If you want that,

you can keep it.

- Really?

Really.

Willie.

You're gonna have to give me

my knife back though.

Go on.

Hey, Willie.

The supply truck's here.

- The boys could use some help.

- Look what Jack gave me.

Very nice.

It's from India.

Jack, this is

Frank Tramell.

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Howard Gordon

Howard Gordon (born March 31, 1961) is an American television writer and producer. He is well known for his work on the Fox action series 24 alongside the Showtime thriller Homeland, which he co-developed with Alex Gansa and Gideon Raff, and for the FX political drama Tyrant, which he co-developed with Craig Wright. He also produced the NBC science fiction thriller Awake. more…

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