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Would you like to inspect the original subtitles? These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:57,296 --> 00:01:01,296 www.titlovi.com 2 00:01:04,296 --> 00:01:06,463 My country is once again broken. 3 00:01:08,130 --> 00:01:09,713 Death is spreading. 4 00:01:11,255 --> 00:01:14,421 The new government is waging a war against the rebels. 5 00:01:15,255 --> 00:01:17,505 The rivers again have turned red with blood. 6 00:01:20,171 --> 00:01:21,213 Thousands dead. 7 00:01:21,921 --> 00:01:23,213 Millions disfigured, 8 00:01:23,838 --> 00:01:25,755 dishonored, displaced. 9 00:01:26,421 --> 00:01:27,421 Quickly! 10 00:01:28,588 --> 00:01:29,546 Quickly! 11 00:01:33,963 --> 00:01:35,505 Take only what you need. 12 00:01:36,130 --> 00:01:37,338 Nothing heavy. 13 00:01:41,505 --> 00:01:45,505 Mama! I looked by the river, by the road... 14 00:01:47,380 --> 00:01:48,463 In the field? 15 00:02:16,421 --> 00:02:17,463 Kabede! 16 00:02:18,171 --> 00:02:19,046 Kabede! 17 00:02:19,255 --> 00:02:20,630 We have to hurry! 18 00:02:20,713 --> 00:02:25,421 We just heard the trucks crossed the river. 19 00:02:25,546 --> 00:02:27,088 We have to go now! 20 00:02:27,171 --> 00:02:28,046 Come on! 21 00:02:30,796 --> 00:02:34,296 I can't leave without him! Please! 22 00:02:34,380 --> 00:02:35,421 Tespha! 23 00:02:35,505 --> 00:02:36,796 Tespha! 24 00:02:36,880 --> 00:02:39,255 -Tespha! 25 00:02:39,546 --> 00:02:42,338 One ancient people suffers among the rest. 26 00:02:43,255 --> 00:02:45,213 The Jews of Ethiopia. 27 00:02:46,880 --> 00:02:49,755 We, like all Ethiopians, are in danger. 28 00:02:51,463 --> 00:02:53,671 But we alone are getting help. 29 00:02:56,171 --> 00:02:57,421 Help from men 30 00:02:57,796 --> 00:02:59,213 I have contacted. 31 00:03:01,088 --> 00:03:01,921 Where is he? 32 00:03:02,213 --> 00:03:03,463 Calm down. 33 00:03:04,130 --> 00:03:05,088 He'll be here. 34 00:03:06,546 --> 00:03:08,088 Men from Israel. 35 00:03:08,671 --> 00:03:10,338 Men who do not look like us 36 00:03:10,796 --> 00:03:12,796 but who share our same history. 37 00:03:13,463 --> 00:03:14,671 Our same dream. 38 00:03:16,171 --> 00:03:17,005 Our hope. 39 00:03:17,880 --> 00:03:19,046 What the hell took so long? 40 00:03:21,463 --> 00:03:23,005 One of the kids is still out there. 41 00:03:24,838 --> 00:03:26,171 Go, go, go, go, go! 42 00:03:27,921 --> 00:03:29,380 -Careful. 43 00:03:31,463 --> 00:03:32,380 Go, go, go, go! 44 00:03:38,130 --> 00:03:39,630 Over, over! 45 00:03:41,588 --> 00:03:44,130 Push in, push in! Let's go. 46 00:03:45,088 --> 00:03:46,796 Look out, here we go. 47 00:03:55,713 --> 00:03:56,546 Ari. 48 00:03:57,296 --> 00:03:58,171 Ari! 49 00:05:03,880 --> 00:05:04,755 Let's go. 50 00:05:14,713 --> 00:05:15,880 No, no! 51 00:05:56,838 --> 00:05:58,296 You are crazy. 52 00:06:00,880 --> 00:06:02,296 We leave no one behind. 53 00:06:10,671 --> 00:06:12,713 We are making our way north, 54 00:06:13,838 --> 00:06:15,630 hoping to fulfill the prophecy 55 00:06:16,088 --> 00:06:17,463 to arrive in the land 56 00:06:17,546 --> 00:06:19,088 promised to our fathers. 57 00:06:24,005 --> 00:06:25,088 The Holy Land. 58 00:06:27,005 --> 00:06:30,630 We have waited for 2,700 years. 59 00:06:32,338 --> 00:06:34,296 We will arrive in Jerusalem, 60 00:06:35,755 --> 00:06:36,880 the City of God... 61 00:06:39,296 --> 00:06:40,130 one day. 62 00:09:02,255 --> 00:09:04,505 -No, don't do that. 63 00:09:05,588 --> 00:09:06,755 Take her, take her, take her. 64 00:09:07,588 --> 00:09:08,463 Wait! 65 00:09:12,130 --> 00:09:12,963 Stop! 66 00:10:37,046 --> 00:10:39,046 Are we in Jerusalem yet? 67 00:10:43,213 --> 00:10:44,171 Not yet. 68 00:10:45,421 --> 00:10:46,421 Not yet. 69 00:10:47,421 --> 00:10:48,255 Go. 70 00:10:48,796 --> 00:10:50,046 It will be light soon. 71 00:11:43,755 --> 00:11:45,630 I heard the guards talking. 72 00:11:45,838 --> 00:11:47,463 They think we are smugglers. 73 00:11:47,755 --> 00:11:49,005 We need to get out of here. 74 00:11:49,463 --> 00:11:51,796 Mr. Guy Thomas. 75 00:12:01,130 --> 00:12:02,005 And you are? 76 00:12:03,546 --> 00:12:05,046 I'm the reason you're out of there. 77 00:12:06,130 --> 00:12:07,546 Walton Bowen, American. 78 00:12:08,005 --> 00:12:09,213 -No shit. -Yeah? 79 00:12:09,838 --> 00:12:12,296 Cultural attach´┐Ż, the embassy in Khartoum. 80 00:12:12,713 --> 00:12:15,171 Oh. Well, you must have your hands full, 81 00:12:15,255 --> 00:12:17,338 considering the flourishing cultural scene in Sudan. 82 00:12:17,755 --> 00:12:21,380 Not nearly as flourishing as you with your anthropology studies, I'm sure. 83 00:12:22,130 --> 00:12:24,380 We got a call from DC, you gents had gotten yourselves 84 00:12:24,463 --> 00:12:25,630 into a bit of a pickle. 85 00:12:25,755 --> 00:12:28,213 Is that our stuff in the back of your car? 86 00:12:28,338 --> 00:12:29,546 Yes, it is. 87 00:12:29,630 --> 00:12:31,255 I'm sorry about the hasty packing, 88 00:12:31,338 --> 00:12:35,505 but I know we have a flight in less than five hours to London. 89 00:12:35,588 --> 00:12:37,046 Where are you off to after that, boys? 90 00:12:42,963 --> 00:12:45,130 Looks like they're calling me back. Are you gonna be okay? 91 00:12:45,838 --> 00:12:48,505 Yes. I will bring more families. 92 00:12:49,671 --> 00:12:50,921 We'll find a better way. 93 00:12:54,505 --> 00:12:56,463 Hope you got my toothbrush, it's new. 94 00:13:12,963 --> 00:13:14,796 -Home? -Office. 95 00:13:20,171 --> 00:13:21,171 You coming? 96 00:13:23,088 --> 00:13:23,921 Nah. 97 00:13:25,463 --> 00:13:26,963 Nah, I'm going back home. 98 00:13:27,046 --> 00:13:27,880 What? 99 00:13:29,005 --> 00:13:30,005 Back to the clinic. 100 00:13:35,755 --> 00:13:37,171 What the hell are you talking about? 101 00:13:41,380 --> 00:13:42,213 I'm done. 102 00:13:46,130 --> 00:13:46,963 Why? 103 00:13:49,005 --> 00:13:50,005 I love you, man. 104 00:13:52,046 --> 00:13:53,296 You're a lucky guy. 105 00:13:54,796 --> 00:13:56,380 But when the luck runs out, then... 106 00:13:56,755 --> 00:13:59,296 you gotta have a plan, and you never have one. 107 00:14:01,880 --> 00:14:02,713 So... 108 00:14:02,880 --> 00:14:03,713 I'm out. 109 00:14:04,588 --> 00:14:05,421 You're out? 110 00:14:05,671 --> 00:14:06,505 I'm out. 111 00:14:07,005 --> 00:14:07,838 Sammy. 112 00:14:11,296 --> 00:14:12,380 Goodbye, my friend. 113 00:14:16,546 --> 00:14:17,421 Sammy! 114 00:14:28,213 --> 00:14:29,630 Ladies and gentlemen. 115 00:14:30,380 --> 00:14:31,921 This afternoon, 116 00:14:32,005 --> 00:14:33,171 historic documents 117 00:14:33,546 --> 00:14:35,380 concluding the Treaty of Peace 118 00:14:35,880 --> 00:14:37,880 between the Arab Republic of Egypt 119 00:14:37,963 --> 00:14:40,588 and the State of Israel will be signed. 120 00:14:41,921 --> 00:14:43,713 First, President Sadat... 121 00:14:43,796 --> 00:14:44,713 Is he in? 122 00:14:44,796 --> 00:14:46,338 -Wait, don't go in there. -Thanks. 123 00:14:50,338 --> 00:14:51,880 The Prime Minister is about to sign 124 00:14:51,963 --> 00:14:54,296 the most important peace accord in our lifetime 125 00:14:54,380 --> 00:14:57,796 and he can't enjoy it because of some remote tribe of our people 126 00:14:57,880 --> 00:15:00,921 getting massacred on a continent no one cares about. 127 00:15:01,130 --> 00:15:03,713 Well, maybe you should let me do my job instead of pulling me out. 128 00:15:04,338 --> 00:15:06,171 Your job includes getting arrested? 129 00:15:06,880 --> 00:15:08,255 Or is this just another 130 00:15:08,463 --> 00:15:09,796 by-product of you being 131 00:15:09,880 --> 00:15:12,005 reckless and totally out of control? 132 00:15:13,588 --> 00:15:14,421 Sudan. 133 00:15:15,255 --> 00:15:16,380 My god, Ari. 134 00:15:17,130 --> 00:15:19,296 An enemy country in a perpetual state of... 135 00:15:19,755 --> 00:15:21,755 fucked-up-ness. What were you thinking? 136 00:15:22,130 --> 00:15:23,713 I was thinking that hiding refugees 137 00:15:23,796 --> 00:15:26,046 in a refugee camp was a pretty brilliant idea. 138 00:15:27,088 --> 00:15:28,963 And how do you propose to get them out of there? 139 00:15:29,046 --> 00:15:30,963 Still working on that. 140 00:15:33,338 --> 00:15:35,130 This job pays in migraines. 141 00:15:43,171 --> 00:15:44,046 You look like shit. 142 00:15:45,005 --> 00:15:45,838 Thank you. 143 00:15:46,338 --> 00:15:48,755 Smell like shit, too. I was under for six weeks. 144 00:15:50,796 --> 00:15:51,630 How's Sarah? 145 00:15:56,630 --> 00:15:57,588 She left me. 146 00:16:00,671 --> 00:16:01,755 Your life's a mess. 147 00:16:04,130 --> 00:16:06,505 Well, maybe this is a blessing in disguise, then. 148 00:16:08,255 --> 00:16:10,463 What is? Are you taking me off this? 149 00:16:10,755 --> 00:16:13,255 Exfil is going to come up with some alternative plans 150 00:16:13,338 --> 00:16:16,796 for the Ethiopians. Then we'll discuss with the boss how best to move forward. 151 00:16:16,880 --> 00:16:19,796 Ethan, don't do that. You know those guys are morons, 152 00:16:19,880 --> 00:16:22,088 they're gonna waste months on plans that aren't viable. 153 00:16:22,171 --> 00:16:24,546 Months that we don't have. You gotta send me back. 154 00:16:24,630 --> 00:16:27,463 Go home, take a shower, spend some time with the family. 155 00:16:27,963 --> 00:16:28,796 Fuck! No. 156 00:16:28,880 --> 00:16:29,713 No? 157 00:16:30,588 --> 00:16:31,796 It's done, Ari. 158 00:16:32,338 --> 00:16:33,421 You're not going anywhere. 159 00:17:11,338 --> 00:17:12,880 Hey, it's Sarah. 160 00:17:14,546 --> 00:17:16,213 I took Maya to my parents. 161 00:17:18,463 --> 00:17:20,046 I... I can't do this anymore. 162 00:17:22,005 --> 00:17:23,796 I left you some papers to sign. 163 00:18:15,088 --> 00:18:17,296 Ethan! I have an idea. 164 00:18:17,380 --> 00:18:19,255 It's four o'clock in the morning. 165 00:18:19,338 --> 00:18:20,713 It's a really good idea. 166 00:18:23,213 --> 00:18:24,588 Do you always sleep in a silk robe? 167 00:18:26,838 --> 00:18:28,880 Don't oversell it. If you try to bullshit him, 168 00:18:28,963 --> 00:18:29,921 he'll see right through you. 169 00:18:30,005 --> 00:18:32,296 Keep it simple. Only facts, no assumptions. 170 00:18:33,921 --> 00:18:34,755 Ethan. 171 00:18:35,463 --> 00:18:36,421 Good to see you. 172 00:18:36,880 --> 00:18:37,713 Ari. 173 00:18:38,171 --> 00:18:39,046 -Please. -Thank you. 174 00:18:39,963 --> 00:18:42,005 - Didn't we fire him? -Twice. 175 00:18:44,838 --> 00:18:47,546 The majority are coming in from Gondar and Tigray right there, 176 00:18:47,630 --> 00:18:49,588 but we can't land our planes anywhere near there. 177 00:18:49,671 --> 00:18:50,505 Why? 178 00:18:51,046 --> 00:18:52,755 The Derg brought in the Russians and Cubans. 179 00:18:52,838 --> 00:18:54,630 It's limiting everyone's mobility. 180 00:18:54,713 --> 00:18:57,421 The chance of landing a plane without being noticed is non-existent. 181 00:18:57,505 --> 00:18:59,838 The only way to get a substantial number out is by sea. 182 00:19:02,546 --> 00:19:04,255 Ethiopia's practically landlocked. 183 00:19:06,046 --> 00:19:07,046 But Sudan isn't. 184 00:19:13,838 --> 00:19:16,880 How long does it take to get from Sudan to Sinai by boat? 185 00:19:17,130 --> 00:19:19,588 - It takes three days-- -Just a-- Hold on a sec. 186 00:19:22,463 --> 00:19:23,796 Even if this could work, 187 00:19:24,671 --> 00:19:26,671 you'd need a team of agents on the ground. 188 00:19:27,630 --> 00:19:29,338 A team with international background. 189 00:19:30,005 --> 00:19:32,963 How are you gonna keep our agents that long inside an enemy state? 190 00:19:33,255 --> 00:19:34,880 This is where it gets really good. 191 00:19:35,963 --> 00:19:36,963 Red Sea Diving Resort. 192 00:19:37,755 --> 00:19:40,463 It's a hotel built by an Italian company in the early '70s. 193 00:19:40,713 --> 00:19:42,588 Fifty kilometers north of Port Sudan. 194 00:19:42,671 --> 00:19:45,005 The Italian company abandoned it five years ago. 195 00:19:45,546 --> 00:19:48,755 Now the Sudanese government is looking to lease it, to boost tourism. 196 00:20:00,755 --> 00:20:02,796 Ask the Defense Minister if he can join us. 197 00:20:06,588 --> 00:20:07,921 Let me get this straight. 198 00:20:08,713 --> 00:20:09,755 You want Mossad, 199 00:20:10,171 --> 00:20:11,755 the Israeli intelligence service, 200 00:20:12,713 --> 00:20:15,296 to purchase an abandoned hotel 201 00:20:15,380 --> 00:20:17,005 from the Sudanese government. 202 00:20:17,213 --> 00:20:18,296 Lease, but yeah. 203 00:20:18,546 --> 00:20:19,838 Abandoned because? 204 00:20:21,671 --> 00:20:23,671 Because the area where it's located is lawless. 205 00:20:23,838 --> 00:20:25,630 It's controlled by the Hadandawa. 206 00:20:26,046 --> 00:20:26,880 By the who? 207 00:20:26,963 --> 00:20:28,046 It's a Bedouin tribe. 208 00:20:28,130 --> 00:20:29,921 Translates, "The Lion Clan." 209 00:20:31,005 --> 00:20:32,546 Known for cannibalizing their enemies. 210 00:20:32,630 --> 00:20:33,463 No. 211 00:20:33,921 --> 00:20:34,755 That's... 212 00:20:35,880 --> 00:20:36,713 No, that's... 213 00:20:37,588 --> 00:20:40,046 Not anymore. Now it's... human trafficking. 214 00:20:40,130 --> 00:20:42,171 -Girls to Jedda, that sort of thing-- - This... 215 00:20:42,421 --> 00:20:45,005 just gets better and better. 216 00:20:45,088 --> 00:20:47,963 So, your idea, just to reiterate, 217 00:20:48,921 --> 00:20:50,588 is to send a group of Jews 218 00:20:50,963 --> 00:20:52,130 to a Muslim country, 219 00:20:53,088 --> 00:20:56,213 to a place where they might get eaten by Bedouins, 220 00:20:56,671 --> 00:20:58,171 to run a fake hotel, 221 00:20:58,546 --> 00:21:01,088 in order to rescue a group of black Jews 222 00:21:01,171 --> 00:21:02,546 who might or might not 223 00:21:02,796 --> 00:21:05,796 survive a 1,000-kilometer walk across the desert, 224 00:21:06,338 --> 00:21:09,255 to be smuggled out to sea by Israeli Navy Seals 225 00:21:09,630 --> 00:21:10,838 to an Israeli ship. 226 00:21:12,380 --> 00:21:15,046 Disguised as a petroleum service vessel, yeah. 227 00:21:15,130 --> 00:21:16,296 That's ridiculous. 228 00:21:30,046 --> 00:21:31,796 Is Natcor still operational? 229 00:21:32,463 --> 00:21:33,296 Yep. 230 00:21:33,921 --> 00:21:34,755 What's Natcor? 231 00:21:34,838 --> 00:21:38,046 It's a shore company in Switzerland we use for large transactions. 232 00:21:41,088 --> 00:21:41,921 How large? 233 00:21:43,213 --> 00:21:44,588 Like leasing a hotel. 234 00:21:47,171 --> 00:21:48,463 And her name was Sheba, 235 00:21:49,005 --> 00:21:51,380 and she was the most beautiful queen in the world. 236 00:21:52,296 --> 00:21:55,838 And she traveled all the way from Africa to visit Solomon in Jerusalem. 237 00:21:56,921 --> 00:21:58,963 And they fell in love and they had a baby. 238 00:21:59,963 --> 00:22:02,671 And that's why, thousands of years later, 239 00:22:04,255 --> 00:22:06,046 part of our family's in Africa. 240 00:22:09,338 --> 00:22:10,838 And that's why I have to help them. 241 00:22:14,463 --> 00:22:15,296 Maya. 242 00:22:16,921 --> 00:22:18,005 Are you listening to me? 243 00:22:30,421 --> 00:22:32,630 Hey... where am I? 244 00:22:37,755 --> 00:22:38,671 You're at work. 245 00:23:16,963 --> 00:23:17,838 Long flight. 246 00:23:18,505 --> 00:23:20,463 Please don't do that. I'm working. 247 00:23:27,463 --> 00:23:30,338 You need to land this aircraft, that's the only reason I'm not breaking it. 248 00:23:30,421 --> 00:23:31,255 Okay. 249 00:23:37,796 --> 00:23:39,130 You've gotta be kidding me. 250 00:23:39,546 --> 00:23:41,130 What are you doing on this flight? 251 00:23:41,213 --> 00:23:42,838 I'd like some tomato juice, please. 252 00:23:44,005 --> 00:23:44,838 Which one? 253 00:23:45,463 --> 00:23:46,296 33F. 254 00:23:47,796 --> 00:23:48,796 PLO accountant. 255 00:23:50,338 --> 00:23:51,963 I scanned his briefcase. 256 00:23:52,921 --> 00:23:53,755 Nice. 257 00:23:54,713 --> 00:23:56,046 How's the ex? Kids? 258 00:23:56,713 --> 00:23:59,588 Ex is in stable, asshole condition, kids are perfect. 259 00:24:00,130 --> 00:24:02,671 And you're okay leaving them for an unknown amount of time? 260 00:24:02,755 --> 00:24:04,796 If you give me good enough reason. 261 00:24:07,463 --> 00:24:09,088 If we don't do something, no one will. 262 00:24:24,213 --> 00:24:25,046 Where's Jake? 263 00:24:26,713 --> 00:24:28,046 Try the decompression tank. 264 00:24:42,630 --> 00:24:45,421 What brings the great Ari Levinson all the way to Belize? 265 00:24:45,713 --> 00:24:47,213 I have a unique mission to offer you. 266 00:24:48,213 --> 00:24:50,880 But I'm not going to offer you anything until you cover yourself up. 267 00:24:50,963 --> 00:24:51,796 Come here. 268 00:24:53,421 --> 00:24:56,046 I need someone with your expertise, someone who can dive. 269 00:24:56,880 --> 00:24:58,963 What do you know about what's happening in Ethiopia? 270 00:24:59,713 --> 00:25:02,921 It's another bloody genocide, but nobody gives a shit because it's in Africa. 271 00:25:03,005 --> 00:25:06,171 Well... your Prime Minister decided to give a shit. 272 00:25:55,921 --> 00:25:56,755 Hey, Max. 273 00:25:59,671 --> 00:26:01,338 You fucked up my lunch, man. 274 00:26:02,755 --> 00:26:03,796 Mr. Levinson? 275 00:26:16,171 --> 00:26:17,296 How can I help you? 276 00:26:17,838 --> 00:26:19,171 Aw, fuck me! 277 00:26:19,671 --> 00:26:22,171 What the fuck? What the fuck are you doing here? 278 00:26:22,921 --> 00:26:24,255 What the fuck is he doing here? 279 00:26:24,338 --> 00:26:25,505 Hey, hey, just... 280 00:26:26,421 --> 00:26:27,255 Calm down. 281 00:26:27,880 --> 00:26:29,088 I need to talk to you. 282 00:26:29,171 --> 00:26:30,005 Five minutes. 283 00:26:34,088 --> 00:26:35,338 Sorry, can you give... 284 00:26:38,880 --> 00:26:40,046 It's a nice clinic you got. 285 00:26:41,838 --> 00:26:43,755 -Save a lot of lives here? -No. 286 00:26:44,296 --> 00:26:45,671 But I don't take any lives either. 287 00:26:47,755 --> 00:26:49,213 I know how to get 'em out, Sammy. 288 00:26:49,546 --> 00:26:51,338 -I got a plan. 289 00:26:52,088 --> 00:26:53,046 And it's good. 290 00:26:53,838 --> 00:26:54,796 Yeah, that's... 291 00:26:55,505 --> 00:26:58,088 That's what you always say, until everything goes to shit. 292 00:26:58,171 --> 00:27:00,796 Right, just hear me out. You don't like what I gotta say, I'm going. 293 00:27:02,796 --> 00:27:04,671 Ari, Ari, Ari. 294 00:27:05,130 --> 00:27:05,963 -Ari. -What? 295 00:27:06,421 --> 00:27:07,880 -You don't wanna hear the plan? -Stop. 296 00:27:07,963 --> 00:27:08,963 You don't wanna hear it? 297 00:27:09,046 --> 00:27:10,755 You'd rather be here than in the field? 298 00:27:10,838 --> 00:27:11,921 -Shh... -Why? 299 00:27:12,005 --> 00:27:13,880 You're the best field doctor I know. 300 00:27:13,963 --> 00:27:14,921 Mm. 301 00:27:15,880 --> 00:27:16,713 I used to be. 302 00:27:17,671 --> 00:27:19,046 Back when I had two good hands. 303 00:27:19,463 --> 00:27:23,046 Hey, both hands tied behind your back, you're still the best. 304 00:27:26,588 --> 00:27:27,671 I need you on this one. 305 00:27:29,921 --> 00:27:30,880 I can't do it without you. 306 00:27:43,505 --> 00:27:44,338 No. 307 00:27:48,921 --> 00:27:49,755 Okay. 308 00:27:55,588 --> 00:27:56,421 Okay. 309 00:28:06,505 --> 00:28:07,505 Fine, I'll listen. 310 00:28:10,546 --> 00:28:13,005 But only out of curiosity, because I'm still gonna say no. 311 00:28:20,255 --> 00:28:21,088 Name. 312 00:28:21,171 --> 00:28:22,505 Angela Bluchel. 313 00:28:22,588 --> 00:28:24,005 Born Dusseldorf, 314 00:28:24,088 --> 00:28:26,838 May 5th, 1952. Only child. 315 00:28:26,921 --> 00:28:28,005 Address. 316 00:28:28,463 --> 00:28:29,838 -Uh... -Don't hesitate. 317 00:28:29,921 --> 00:28:31,130 You hesitate, you're dead. 318 00:28:31,546 --> 00:28:32,421 Address. 319 00:28:32,505 --> 00:28:35,213 Glashutte Landsterstrasse, number 9. 320 00:28:38,005 --> 00:28:38,963 Luca Morano. 321 00:28:39,546 --> 00:28:42,338 Egidio Galbani Street, Rome. 322 00:28:42,421 --> 00:28:44,838 I didn't ask for your address. Don't offer information. 323 00:28:45,338 --> 00:28:46,338 Parents' names. 324 00:28:46,630 --> 00:28:48,755 Eduarda and Antonello Morano. 325 00:28:48,880 --> 00:28:50,130 Elementary school. 326 00:28:50,213 --> 00:28:52,505 - Deldago School. -Delgado School. 327 00:28:52,588 --> 00:28:54,255 -Delgado School. -Sammy. 328 00:28:54,380 --> 00:28:55,880 Name. Where are you from? 329 00:28:55,963 --> 00:28:56,963 I'm Liam Anderson. 330 00:28:57,671 --> 00:28:59,171 -Australia. - First girlfriend. 331 00:29:00,088 --> 00:29:00,921 Mary. 332 00:29:01,005 --> 00:29:03,255 -Tell me about her. -Mary Rose. 333 00:29:03,963 --> 00:29:05,796 Took my virginity and broke my heart. 334 00:29:06,380 --> 00:29:09,588 We met at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. 335 00:29:10,213 --> 00:29:11,046 I was 19. 336 00:29:11,380 --> 00:29:13,380 -Later died in a car accident. -It's good. 337 00:29:13,755 --> 00:29:15,130 Good work, Sammy. You're up. 338 00:29:17,755 --> 00:29:19,921 I still think this is a stupid name 339 00:29:20,005 --> 00:29:21,921 for someone from Malta. Why Malta? 340 00:29:22,005 --> 00:29:22,838 Max. 341 00:29:23,088 --> 00:29:25,546 When you learn a second language, that's where you can be from. 342 00:29:25,630 --> 00:29:28,921 Till then you're from Malta. No one knows what people from Malta speak. 343 00:29:29,171 --> 00:29:30,963 What do people speak in Malta? 344 00:29:31,171 --> 00:29:32,005 Maltese. 345 00:29:32,130 --> 00:29:33,880 See, no one knows, that's the point. 346 00:29:34,046 --> 00:29:34,880 Name. 347 00:29:37,713 --> 00:29:40,713 Hello, everybody, my name's Irving Wilmington... 348 00:29:41,130 --> 00:29:43,421 -...and I'm from Malta. 349 00:29:43,546 --> 00:29:44,963 You think this is funny? 350 00:29:47,130 --> 00:29:48,338 Just for the record, 351 00:29:48,838 --> 00:29:50,296 there's not one person in this group 352 00:29:50,380 --> 00:29:53,421 that I would have chosen for this type of mission. You're all too reckless. 353 00:29:56,171 --> 00:29:58,171 I've gone against every instinct I know. 354 00:29:59,463 --> 00:30:02,421 Broken every risk management rule I believe in, 355 00:30:02,505 --> 00:30:05,255 including sending a woman to a Muslim country. 356 00:30:06,296 --> 00:30:07,546 So let's be very clear. 357 00:30:09,630 --> 00:30:11,005 This mission has no backup. 358 00:30:12,255 --> 00:30:13,796 There's no exfil plan for you. 359 00:30:15,380 --> 00:30:16,921 You're going in without guns, 360 00:30:17,713 --> 00:30:18,838 or any other weapon. 361 00:30:19,546 --> 00:30:20,630 If this goes wrong, 362 00:30:21,963 --> 00:30:23,630 you'll all be hanging from cranes 363 00:30:23,713 --> 00:30:24,671 in Khartoum. 364 00:31:07,588 --> 00:31:10,213 - Passport, there's a problem. -No, it's not... 365 00:31:12,963 --> 00:31:13,796 No. 366 00:31:14,963 --> 00:31:16,838 That's just, you're not looking... 367 00:31:17,755 --> 00:31:19,796 You have to look at the right page. 368 00:31:21,713 --> 00:31:23,171 No, no, we should just... 369 00:31:24,171 --> 00:31:27,088 Just explain to me what the issue is. 370 00:31:29,130 --> 00:31:32,546 If you could just look at the third... Look at the third page. 371 00:31:32,630 --> 00:31:33,505 Why didn't you... ? 372 00:32:13,588 --> 00:32:14,421 Thanks. 373 00:32:23,963 --> 00:32:25,088 Mr. Thomas. 374 00:32:27,213 --> 00:32:28,130 Walton Bowen. 375 00:32:29,463 --> 00:32:30,296 You're back. 376 00:32:30,505 --> 00:32:31,338 I am. 377 00:32:32,421 --> 00:32:34,630 Back to study ancient civilizations? 378 00:32:35,796 --> 00:32:38,255 Can I offer you a ride somewhere? 379 00:32:38,338 --> 00:32:40,546 No, no, I'm all set, thank you, though. Good to see you. 380 00:32:44,505 --> 00:32:45,338 Natcor. 381 00:32:48,838 --> 00:32:51,005 - What should we do? -Just get in the car. 382 00:32:51,963 --> 00:32:53,963 -We can't leave him. -Just get in the car. 383 00:33:08,005 --> 00:33:09,005 There he is. 384 00:33:15,171 --> 00:33:16,005 What did they want? 385 00:33:17,130 --> 00:33:17,963 Money. 386 00:33:18,838 --> 00:33:19,880 Welcome to Africa. 387 00:33:41,421 --> 00:33:44,880 I want you to find out everything you can about a company called Natcor. 388 00:33:45,213 --> 00:33:47,546 N-A-T-C-O-R. 389 00:34:06,963 --> 00:34:08,088 This is beautiful. 390 00:34:09,630 --> 00:34:11,880 President Nimeiry will be delighted. 391 00:34:11,963 --> 00:34:13,755 He understands the benefits 392 00:34:13,838 --> 00:34:15,671 of a thriving tourist economy 393 00:34:16,255 --> 00:34:17,421 for the people of Sudan. 394 00:34:18,505 --> 00:34:19,463 Well, we couldn't agree more. 395 00:34:22,255 --> 00:34:25,380 The price is 500,000 dollars a year. 396 00:34:28,171 --> 00:34:29,921 I thought we agreed on 250. 397 00:34:30,546 --> 00:34:32,546 When we spoke on the phone from the Embassy, we... 398 00:34:33,921 --> 00:34:34,921 We agreed on 250. 399 00:34:36,963 --> 00:34:38,255 -The price... 400 00:34:38,338 --> 00:34:40,046 ...has always been 500. 401 00:34:43,213 --> 00:34:44,546 What the hell is that? 402 00:34:45,463 --> 00:34:47,213 I wouldn't do that if I were you. 403 00:34:48,796 --> 00:34:50,880 President Nimeiry has many enemies. 404 00:34:52,671 --> 00:34:53,505 And now... 405 00:34:54,130 --> 00:34:55,130 he has a few less. 406 00:35:07,505 --> 00:35:08,338 Well... 407 00:35:09,380 --> 00:35:10,963 350's our best offer. 408 00:35:11,921 --> 00:35:13,880 We can write it down as 250 and... 409 00:35:14,338 --> 00:35:17,380 you can take the rest and do something beneficial for the people of Sudan. 410 00:35:33,005 --> 00:35:35,421 You may not speak Arabic, Mr. Thomas. 411 00:35:38,046 --> 00:35:40,505 But you do speak the local language. 412 00:35:45,671 --> 00:35:46,505 Yeah. 413 00:35:50,046 --> 00:35:52,296 Of course, this does not include the staff salaries. 414 00:35:52,713 --> 00:35:53,546 Fine, fine. 415 00:35:56,005 --> 00:35:56,963 What staff? 416 00:35:58,838 --> 00:36:01,380 Now that we have sealed the deal like we do in the East, 417 00:36:02,921 --> 00:36:04,005 let us celebrate 418 00:36:04,505 --> 00:36:05,838 like you do in the West. 419 00:36:08,213 --> 00:36:10,130 To the Red Sea Diving Resort. 420 00:37:07,088 --> 00:37:08,838 It sure doesn't look like the brochure. 421 00:37:36,713 --> 00:37:38,005 It needs a little TLC. 422 00:37:38,296 --> 00:37:39,130 Nice. 423 00:37:39,838 --> 00:37:40,755 Oh, yeah? 424 00:37:43,255 --> 00:37:44,130 What a dump. 425 00:37:57,171 --> 00:37:58,463 This is paradise! 426 00:38:11,296 --> 00:38:12,380 Well, hello, gorgeous. 427 00:38:38,088 --> 00:38:39,171 This fish is fresh. 428 00:38:40,546 --> 00:38:41,380 Hey, guys! 429 00:38:43,338 --> 00:38:45,213 This paper is from this week. 430 00:38:46,046 --> 00:38:47,880 Hey, yo, this fish is fresh! 431 00:39:19,088 --> 00:39:20,005 Hey! 432 00:39:21,213 --> 00:39:22,421 Hey, guys, guys. 433 00:39:29,546 --> 00:39:30,380 Ari! 434 00:39:43,130 --> 00:39:43,963 Hello. 435 00:39:45,213 --> 00:39:46,171 My name... 436 00:39:46,421 --> 00:39:47,505 My name's Guy Thomas. 437 00:39:48,671 --> 00:39:50,338 I'm the new owner of this hotel. 438 00:39:55,130 --> 00:39:56,255 Max, lower that thing. 439 00:39:57,046 --> 00:39:57,880 Come on. 440 00:39:58,838 --> 00:39:59,671 Sorry. 441 00:40:00,338 --> 00:40:01,171 Abu Hamid. 442 00:40:02,546 --> 00:40:03,380 Hello. 443 00:40:04,838 --> 00:40:06,213 What the hell's going on? 444 00:40:08,463 --> 00:40:10,046 I think we just met the local staff. 445 00:40:16,338 --> 00:40:18,296 More and more families are coming. 446 00:40:19,171 --> 00:40:20,463 Many die along the way. 447 00:40:23,213 --> 00:40:25,796 We try to give them enough so that they don't starve. 448 00:40:26,838 --> 00:40:27,671 Now, 449 00:40:29,130 --> 00:40:31,796 the Mukhabarat is coming almost every night. 450 00:40:34,380 --> 00:40:37,630 Their new leader, Commander Abdel Ahmed, 451 00:40:39,130 --> 00:40:41,088 is a very dangerous man. 452 00:40:48,296 --> 00:40:49,255 You've been busy. 453 00:40:50,546 --> 00:40:51,421 Yes. 454 00:40:52,505 --> 00:40:53,880 Hundred and forty here. 455 00:40:54,546 --> 00:40:56,421 Sixty more on the other side of the camp. 456 00:41:04,755 --> 00:41:05,588 Hey. 457 00:41:06,296 --> 00:41:07,713 What's going on? Why is she yelling? 458 00:41:13,213 --> 00:41:14,338 She's saying that... 459 00:41:15,171 --> 00:41:16,421 she left her home and-- 460 00:41:16,505 --> 00:41:17,338 I, I... 461 00:41:17,630 --> 00:41:19,921 I left my beautiful home. 462 00:41:20,671 --> 00:41:22,171 Because you promised, 463 00:41:22,755 --> 00:41:25,338 you promised me to take me to Jerusalem. 464 00:41:26,546 --> 00:41:27,505 My father 465 00:41:28,130 --> 00:41:29,463 is died on the way. 466 00:41:31,046 --> 00:41:33,338 My husband is missing. 467 00:41:34,421 --> 00:41:35,671 My son is sick. 468 00:41:37,463 --> 00:41:39,880 I've been living in this camp for a month now. 469 00:41:41,046 --> 00:41:42,796 We don't have nothing to eat. 470 00:41:44,671 --> 00:41:46,755 What have you done to us? Huh? 471 00:41:48,338 --> 00:41:50,630 You promised to take us to Jerusalem. 472 00:41:51,505 --> 00:41:53,046 But you brought us to hell. 473 00:41:55,296 --> 00:41:58,130 I don't know what you have to do to take us out of here. 474 00:42:00,088 --> 00:42:01,005 But do it. 475 00:42:03,005 --> 00:42:04,171 Do it fast. 476 00:42:10,963 --> 00:42:13,130 Friday's holy to Muslims, so we'll have less 477 00:42:13,213 --> 00:42:14,421 military on the street. 478 00:42:14,505 --> 00:42:16,796 We need a dark night, darkest Friday of the month. 479 00:42:17,671 --> 00:42:18,505 When is that? 480 00:42:19,671 --> 00:42:20,505 In two weeks. 481 00:42:20,796 --> 00:42:23,505 Two weeks. Two weeks it is, then. Kabede's going to get two trucks, 482 00:42:23,588 --> 00:42:26,255 something inconspicuous that we can park out front of the hotel. 483 00:42:26,338 --> 00:42:27,588 We should do a dry run. 484 00:42:28,255 --> 00:42:31,005 -Familiarize ourselves with the terrain. -Jake, we gotta make sure 485 00:42:31,088 --> 00:42:31,963 the Navy's on time. 486 00:42:32,755 --> 00:42:35,171 -What if they can't be? -Tell them they don't have a choice. 487 00:42:35,255 --> 00:42:36,713 I said, we should do a dry run. 488 00:42:36,921 --> 00:42:39,130 Max, you and Rachel go with Kabede to get the trucks. 489 00:42:40,421 --> 00:42:42,713 - Guess we're not doing a dry run. -They're dying, Sammy. 490 00:42:44,005 --> 00:42:45,880 They're sick, and they're starving. 491 00:42:48,088 --> 00:42:50,713 And we're not gonna sit here and enjoy Aziz's fucking cooking, 492 00:42:50,796 --> 00:42:53,088 and working on our suntan while they're out there suffering, 493 00:42:53,171 --> 00:42:54,630 not if we can do something about it. 494 00:43:25,921 --> 00:43:28,505 -Yacht One, Yacht One. Over. 495 00:43:40,630 --> 00:43:41,463 Hello? 496 00:43:41,796 --> 00:43:42,880 Yacht One. Over. 497 00:43:44,755 --> 00:43:45,588 Hello. 498 00:43:46,588 --> 00:43:48,088 Yacht One from base. Over. 499 00:43:49,255 --> 00:43:50,671 I hear you loud and clear, base. 500 00:43:51,380 --> 00:43:52,380 Good to hear your voice. 501 00:43:56,463 --> 00:43:57,296 They're on. 502 00:43:57,380 --> 00:43:58,213 Good. 503 00:44:00,130 --> 00:44:02,255 Leaving here in 12 minutes. 504 00:44:02,755 --> 00:44:03,588 All right. 505 00:44:04,296 --> 00:44:05,380 Shukraan. 506 00:44:07,213 --> 00:44:08,171 What did you tell 'em? 507 00:44:09,255 --> 00:44:12,171 That we were scouting diving spots and that we'd be back in the morning. 508 00:44:12,713 --> 00:44:13,546 Good. 509 00:44:55,296 --> 00:44:56,296 You expecting someone? 510 00:44:57,921 --> 00:44:59,963 Roof. Now. Take the spear gun. 511 00:45:37,796 --> 00:45:40,755 Ah! Not an easy place to find. 512 00:45:41,463 --> 00:45:43,505 You need better signage, for sure. 513 00:45:44,171 --> 00:45:45,921 Phew! Oh... 514 00:45:46,921 --> 00:45:48,921 It's too hot not to open the windows, but 515 00:45:49,463 --> 00:45:51,005 when you open, the dust just... 516 00:45:51,088 --> 00:45:54,880 I don't know what you're looking for... 517 00:45:55,546 --> 00:45:58,338 but I don't think you're there. 518 00:45:58,463 --> 00:46:02,005 Isn't this the Red Sea Diving Resort? 519 00:46:02,255 --> 00:46:06,213 It is, but we are still under construction. 520 00:46:06,296 --> 00:46:08,255 Well, we're still months away from opening. 521 00:46:09,046 --> 00:46:12,130 We just drove eight hours from Khartoum 522 00:46:12,213 --> 00:46:13,463 because of this. 523 00:46:14,255 --> 00:46:15,088 Huh? 524 00:46:18,880 --> 00:46:19,713 Yeah. 525 00:46:23,296 --> 00:46:24,588 Come, come. 526 00:46:25,505 --> 00:46:27,755 Alles gut. Alles gut. 527 00:46:28,338 --> 00:46:29,588 Ja? 528 00:46:46,255 --> 00:46:47,713 Well, you have to send them home. 529 00:46:47,796 --> 00:46:49,046 We can't do that. 530 00:46:49,130 --> 00:46:52,296 Yes, we can. We point them in the direction of a real hotel. 531 00:46:52,380 --> 00:46:53,713 Colonel Madibbo sent them here. 532 00:46:53,796 --> 00:46:56,171 The last thing we need is to get complaints about this place. 533 00:46:56,921 --> 00:46:58,338 Fuck, we're an hour late. 534 00:47:02,171 --> 00:47:03,130 So what do we do? 535 00:47:08,380 --> 00:47:09,213 Check 'em in. 536 00:47:09,630 --> 00:47:10,505 Give them rooms. 537 00:47:12,338 --> 00:47:13,505 -Check them in? -Yeah. 538 00:47:14,421 --> 00:47:16,380 Are you crazy? This is a fake hotel. 539 00:47:16,463 --> 00:47:17,463 So fake it. 540 00:47:19,046 --> 00:47:21,255 Look, we all knew this could happen at some point, right? 541 00:47:22,671 --> 00:47:24,088 - We did? -I didn't. 542 00:47:24,171 --> 00:47:26,171 Our fake hotel just became a real one. 543 00:47:26,546 --> 00:47:28,546 Get them rooms, get them situated, 544 00:47:28,630 --> 00:47:29,880 do it fast. Please, guys. 545 00:47:34,755 --> 00:47:37,171 - Passports, please. -Danke. 546 00:47:44,588 --> 00:47:47,671 I'll just make a photocopy of these... 547 00:47:48,296 --> 00:47:51,088 And I'll be back with the keys. 548 00:48:25,130 --> 00:48:26,171 Okay, I'm here. 549 00:48:30,213 --> 00:48:31,046 What do we know? 550 00:48:31,338 --> 00:48:32,963 Nothing yet. They're on their way. 551 00:48:38,171 --> 00:48:39,546 Of course it was Germans. 552 00:48:41,005 --> 00:48:43,046 It had to be Germans, it's always Germans. 553 00:48:46,921 --> 00:48:47,796 Here we go. 554 00:49:24,921 --> 00:49:26,130 Too bad he's not here. 555 00:49:27,046 --> 00:49:28,796 We're two hours late. 556 00:49:29,963 --> 00:49:31,171 Maybe they couldn't get out. 557 00:49:32,171 --> 00:49:33,005 He got 'em out. 558 00:49:33,588 --> 00:49:34,421 They're here. 559 00:50:04,588 --> 00:50:06,546 - Kabede. - Where were you? 560 00:50:06,880 --> 00:50:09,671 -I was afraid you were caught. -I'm sorry, I'll explain later. 561 00:50:09,838 --> 00:50:12,130 -Let's get them on the truck. 562 00:50:25,005 --> 00:50:26,671 Come, come, come, yes, come. 563 00:50:26,755 --> 00:50:28,255 Come, come. 564 00:50:44,505 --> 00:50:47,838 No matter what happens, no matter what you see... 565 00:50:48,171 --> 00:50:49,921 No matter what you hear... 566 00:50:50,463 --> 00:50:51,630 Keep quiet. 567 00:51:02,588 --> 00:51:03,421 Hey. 568 00:51:04,171 --> 00:51:05,005 Hey, pal. 569 00:51:09,588 --> 00:51:10,546 You're going home. 570 00:51:13,046 --> 00:51:13,880 All right. 571 00:51:32,796 --> 00:51:35,088 Yacht One, Yacht One, taxis are on the way. 572 00:51:49,380 --> 00:51:50,380 What the fuck is that? 573 00:51:56,588 --> 00:51:58,796 A roadblock. We gotta turn around. 574 00:52:01,546 --> 00:52:02,838 -What are you doing? -Thinking. 575 00:52:03,713 --> 00:52:05,296 Can you stop the truck and then think? 576 00:52:06,421 --> 00:52:08,046 Guys, you seeing this? 577 00:52:09,046 --> 00:52:10,588 Yeah, we see it. We're discussing. 578 00:52:11,255 --> 00:52:13,171 Fuck! We can't fail on our first operation. 579 00:52:13,255 --> 00:52:15,713 Dying on our first operation is an equally bad idea. 580 00:52:15,796 --> 00:52:17,088 Did I ever mention a dry run? 581 00:52:19,671 --> 00:52:20,755 Jake, full speed ahead. 582 00:52:24,421 --> 00:52:25,255 You're fucking nuts. 583 00:52:28,421 --> 00:52:29,838 Yacht One, what is the plan here? 584 00:52:30,755 --> 00:52:32,088 Radio silence, lights out. 585 00:52:34,005 --> 00:52:35,421 Did he just say radio silence? 586 00:52:35,505 --> 00:52:36,546 Did he just say lights out? 587 00:52:36,630 --> 00:52:39,296 Okay, we'll stop at the checkpoint and talk our way out of it. 588 00:52:39,380 --> 00:52:42,755 Yeah, maybe they won't notice the 174 Ethiopians in the back of the trucks. 589 00:52:43,671 --> 00:52:44,630 We're driving through. 590 00:52:48,213 --> 00:52:49,046 Okay. 591 00:52:50,421 --> 00:52:51,463 Sure, let's do it. 592 00:52:53,671 --> 00:52:54,588 Hey, everybody. 593 00:52:55,671 --> 00:52:56,505 Grab hold. 594 00:52:56,796 --> 00:52:58,755 Grab hold of something. Hold on. 595 00:52:59,505 --> 00:53:01,005 Grab something, yeah? 596 00:53:01,088 --> 00:53:02,171 Hold on. 597 00:53:02,255 --> 00:53:04,005 Yacht One, status report, please. 598 00:53:05,088 --> 00:53:06,255 What do you want me to say? 599 00:53:06,338 --> 00:53:07,755 Yacht One for base. 600 00:53:10,213 --> 00:53:11,046 Okay, then. 601 00:53:12,880 --> 00:53:14,088 Yacht One for base. 602 00:53:14,505 --> 00:53:15,838 What the hell is going on there? 603 00:53:16,421 --> 00:53:17,296 Waverly over. 604 00:53:18,921 --> 00:53:19,963 Yacht One for base. 605 00:53:21,171 --> 00:53:22,255 Yacht One for base. 606 00:53:45,838 --> 00:53:46,963 Hold on, hold on. 607 00:54:12,713 --> 00:54:13,963 Fuck! 608 00:54:23,380 --> 00:54:24,963 Yacht One, do you copy? 609 00:54:26,505 --> 00:54:27,963 Yacht One, do you copy? 610 00:54:34,130 --> 00:54:34,963 Yacht One? 611 00:54:36,921 --> 00:54:38,421 Yacht One, do you copy? 612 00:54:40,671 --> 00:54:42,171 Yacht One to base, we copy. 613 00:54:44,088 --> 00:54:44,921 Yacht One, 614 00:54:45,630 --> 00:54:46,588 what's your status? 615 00:54:47,213 --> 00:54:48,588 Why was there radio silence? 616 00:54:56,546 --> 00:54:58,546 There's a... battery failure. 617 00:54:59,630 --> 00:55:00,505 Lesson learned. 618 00:55:01,421 --> 00:55:02,255 Copy that. 619 00:55:22,171 --> 00:55:23,213 Come on, come on. 620 00:55:50,713 --> 00:55:51,546 Hold on! 621 00:56:19,713 --> 00:56:20,546 Go! 622 00:57:00,213 --> 00:57:02,546 Whoever saves one life saves the world entire. 623 00:57:05,546 --> 00:57:07,130 We just saved 174. 624 00:57:21,088 --> 00:57:22,505 Hey, you okay? 625 00:57:24,713 --> 00:57:25,546 What? 626 00:57:26,838 --> 00:57:28,171 Yeah, of course I'm okay. 627 00:57:28,755 --> 00:57:29,588 Look. 628 00:57:34,380 --> 00:57:35,213 Sammy. 629 00:57:36,130 --> 00:57:37,213 It was a random checkpoint, 630 00:57:37,296 --> 00:57:39,421 -dry run wouldn't have mattered. -Hey, it's all good. 631 00:57:40,380 --> 00:57:42,130 It's all good. We did it. 632 00:57:44,338 --> 00:57:45,755 I'm having the time of my life. 633 00:57:54,713 --> 00:57:57,380 You know, it may have been a random checkpoint this time, 634 00:57:57,463 --> 00:57:59,338 but thanks to you, the next one won't be. 635 00:58:01,588 --> 00:58:02,421 Maybe. 636 00:58:36,963 --> 00:58:38,296 Base is on the way home, 637 00:58:38,921 --> 00:58:40,088 with the entire cargo. 638 00:58:40,171 --> 00:58:41,296 See you in a few days. 639 00:58:44,130 --> 00:58:45,255 Well done, chaps. 640 00:58:45,630 --> 00:58:48,255 Well done, my friend. Well done, chaps. 641 00:59:09,880 --> 00:59:11,213 You should have seen them. 642 00:59:13,421 --> 00:59:14,796 They were so quiet. 643 00:59:19,755 --> 00:59:22,046 Did I ever tell you my mother was on The Exodus? 644 00:59:24,255 --> 00:59:25,630 I thought she was from America. 645 00:59:27,505 --> 00:59:28,338 My real mother. 646 00:59:30,046 --> 00:59:31,046 After they took my father, 647 00:59:31,130 --> 00:59:33,505 she boarded with the other survivors and set with nothing. 648 00:59:33,713 --> 00:59:35,213 Just clothes on her back and... 649 00:59:36,880 --> 00:59:38,130 A little four-year-old boy. 650 00:59:40,088 --> 00:59:41,171 They sailed for weeks. 651 00:59:41,588 --> 00:59:44,130 Finally reached the promised land, the Brits didn't let them in, 652 00:59:44,213 --> 00:59:45,130 they turned them away. 653 00:59:47,005 --> 00:59:49,088 Young British officer felt sorry for her. 654 00:59:51,296 --> 00:59:52,380 Agreed to hide me. 655 00:59:56,755 --> 00:59:57,755 She gave me up. 656 01:00:00,546 --> 01:00:01,880 No, she saved you. 657 01:00:07,713 --> 01:00:10,088 British officer met an American volunteer and... 658 01:00:11,338 --> 01:00:13,296 We moved to New York when I was seven. 659 01:00:16,005 --> 01:00:18,005 New parents, new life. 660 01:00:20,338 --> 01:00:22,421 Moved back to Israel the day I turned 18. 661 01:00:24,713 --> 01:00:26,630 We're all just refugees, aren't we? 662 01:00:38,046 --> 01:00:39,921 It all happened so fast... 663 01:00:44,088 --> 01:00:47,838 You shot a full magazine, yes? 664 01:00:50,838 --> 01:00:53,213 Yes, I'm sure I hit them. 665 01:00:56,213 --> 01:00:58,963 The Hadandawa kidnap our daughters, 666 01:00:59,046 --> 01:01:01,463 and take them to be sex slaves in Jedda. 667 01:01:02,630 --> 01:01:05,713 If you do not stop them, there is no reason for you to exist. 668 01:01:11,213 --> 01:01:13,171 I don't think these were Hadandawa. 669 01:01:17,463 --> 01:01:20,588 From where I was standing, it looked like the driver... 670 01:01:21,338 --> 01:01:22,171 was white. 671 01:01:49,796 --> 01:01:51,796 d Illusion d 672 01:01:54,171 --> 01:01:56,338 d Illusion d 673 01:02:13,755 --> 01:02:17,505 d Searching for a destiny that's mine d 674 01:02:18,546 --> 01:02:22,880 d There's another place, another time d 675 01:02:23,088 --> 01:02:27,088 d Touching many hearts along the way, yeah d 676 01:02:27,713 --> 01:02:29,713 d Hoping that I'll never have to... d 677 01:02:29,838 --> 01:02:31,005 What's with the matches? 678 01:02:33,296 --> 01:02:35,088 It's the only way to spread the tan evenly. 679 01:02:36,880 --> 01:02:38,546 That's the stupidest thing I ever heard. 680 01:02:40,296 --> 01:02:41,130 What's going on here? 681 01:02:42,171 --> 01:02:43,838 Well, your brochure mentioned 682 01:02:43,921 --> 01:02:45,796 the daily relaxing Tai Chi class. 683 01:02:46,213 --> 01:02:47,046 Irving. 684 01:02:47,505 --> 01:02:49,380 Liam is doing laundry because he lost a bet. 685 01:02:49,463 --> 01:02:52,546 Angela went shopping after giving a massage to a hairy Nazi. 686 01:02:53,713 --> 01:02:56,005 And now I'm giving a diving tour, 687 01:02:56,630 --> 01:02:58,755 which starts in exactly 12 minutes, 688 01:02:59,338 --> 01:03:01,338 as per your fucking brochure. 689 01:03:02,713 --> 01:03:03,630 Care to join? 690 01:04:03,130 --> 01:04:04,130 What's up? 691 01:04:05,255 --> 01:04:06,088 Turn around. 692 01:04:12,796 --> 01:04:13,630 Hello. 693 01:04:15,088 --> 01:04:15,963 How can I help you? 694 01:04:18,921 --> 01:04:22,338 There's been an incident last night, and we wanted to make sure that all of you 695 01:04:22,421 --> 01:04:23,546 in the hotel are safe. 696 01:04:24,880 --> 01:04:25,921 What kinda incident? 697 01:04:26,921 --> 01:04:27,755 Smugglers. 698 01:04:29,005 --> 01:04:31,130 They drove through one of our roadblocks last night. 699 01:04:31,630 --> 01:04:33,338 Nearly killed two of my soldiers. 700 01:04:34,713 --> 01:04:37,463 I heard there's a smuggling problem up and down the coast. 701 01:04:37,546 --> 01:04:38,505 I hope no one was hurt. 702 01:05:00,005 --> 01:05:02,171 I know they look like shit but they run forever. 703 01:05:11,421 --> 01:05:12,963 My soldiers shot the trucks. 704 01:05:13,838 --> 01:05:16,630 So the trucks from last night should have bullet holes in them. 705 01:05:19,213 --> 01:05:22,713 There's no reason why your trucks should have bullet holes, Mister... 706 01:05:23,171 --> 01:05:24,713 Thomas. Guy Thomas. 707 01:05:25,588 --> 01:05:26,421 And no. 708 01:05:26,713 --> 01:05:27,546 No reason. 709 01:05:39,630 --> 01:05:41,338 You're sure you hit the trucks? 710 01:05:43,505 --> 01:05:45,838 At least six times. Definitely. 711 01:05:46,046 --> 01:05:47,630 At least. Maybe more. 712 01:05:49,046 --> 01:05:49,880 Definitely. 713 01:06:10,171 --> 01:06:11,463 Back to the truck. 714 01:06:14,421 --> 01:06:16,130 I hope you come visit us again real soon. 715 01:06:19,171 --> 01:06:20,421 Let's go! 716 01:06:40,630 --> 01:06:42,921 I almost shat in my wet suit. 717 01:06:43,755 --> 01:06:46,671 Yeah, if that soldier hadn't been too scared to admit he'd missed, 718 01:06:46,796 --> 01:06:48,088 we'd all be locked up right now. 719 01:06:48,880 --> 01:06:49,713 Come here. 720 01:06:50,838 --> 01:06:51,796 What do you see? 721 01:07:00,921 --> 01:07:03,630 Unsuspecting collateral damage. 722 01:07:05,421 --> 01:07:07,005 Best cover we could ask for. 723 01:07:10,005 --> 01:07:12,463 Imagine if the Germans hadn't been here when Ahmed arrived. 724 01:07:18,046 --> 01:07:19,088 You're kidding, right? 725 01:07:19,713 --> 01:07:22,088 Real tourists? Like, what, real people? 726 01:07:22,171 --> 01:07:25,380 His point being that now real people have already stayed at the hotel-- 727 01:07:25,463 --> 01:07:29,046 Which was a fuck-up. So now he wants to make up for that 728 01:07:29,130 --> 01:07:31,630 major fuck-up with another major fuck-up, right? 729 01:07:31,713 --> 01:07:34,630 This is why I was against this in the beginning, but I agree with him, 730 01:07:34,713 --> 01:07:37,755 the real tourists will actually make it easier to operate because 731 01:07:37,838 --> 01:07:39,380 -no one will ask questions... -Come on. 732 01:07:39,463 --> 01:07:42,838 ...about a group of white people running a deserted hotel in the middle of Sudan 733 01:07:42,921 --> 01:07:44,380 if that hotel is no longer deserted. 734 01:07:44,463 --> 01:07:47,171 I shouldn't have sanctioned this operation to begin with. 735 01:07:47,380 --> 01:07:50,296 I mean, real tourists, Ethan? I mean, unb... 736 01:07:50,588 --> 01:07:53,755 Can you imagine me telling the Prime Minister 737 01:07:54,005 --> 01:07:56,713 that our agency is operating a real hotel? 738 01:07:56,796 --> 01:07:59,505 "Oh, by the way, Mr. Prime Minister, our highly trained assassins 739 01:07:59,588 --> 01:08:02,921 are now in the fucking hospitality industry, 740 01:08:03,005 --> 01:08:04,796 in fucking Sudan." 741 01:08:13,463 --> 01:08:14,463 Never gonna happen. 742 01:08:15,130 --> 01:08:16,546 Ethan, never. 743 01:08:21,713 --> 01:08:24,880 d Dark in the city Night is a wire d 744 01:08:25,588 --> 01:08:28,338 d Steam in the subway Earth is afire d 745 01:08:28,421 --> 01:08:32,505 d Doo doo doo-doo doo doo-doo doo d 746 01:08:32,588 --> 01:08:34,588 Konnichiwa! 747 01:08:36,588 --> 01:08:39,838 d Woman you want me Give me a sign... d 748 01:08:43,838 --> 01:08:49,130 d Doo doo doo-doo doo doo-doo doo d 749 01:08:52,421 --> 01:08:54,171 d In touch with the ground d 750 01:08:54,296 --> 01:08:57,630 d I'm on the hunt I'm after you d 751 01:08:57,880 --> 01:08:59,880 d Smell like I sound d 752 01:08:59,963 --> 01:09:01,755 d I'm lost in a crowd d 753 01:09:01,838 --> 01:09:06,255 d And I'm hungry like the wolf d 754 01:09:10,380 --> 01:09:13,963 d Stalked in the forest Too close to hide... d 755 01:09:14,088 --> 01:09:15,088 Break out. 756 01:09:15,880 --> 01:09:16,713 Good. 757 01:09:17,338 --> 01:09:18,588 Move your shoulders. 758 01:09:21,130 --> 01:09:22,171 And twist. 759 01:09:25,671 --> 01:09:29,088 d High blood drumming on your skin It's so tight d 760 01:09:29,255 --> 01:09:32,255 d You feel my heat I'm just a moment behind d 761 01:09:40,880 --> 01:09:42,921 d In touch with the ground d 762 01:09:43,130 --> 01:09:46,255 d I'm on the hunt I'm after you d 763 01:09:46,880 --> 01:09:48,463 d Scent and a sound d 764 01:09:48,546 --> 01:09:50,463 d I'm lost and I'm found d 765 01:09:50,546 --> 01:09:55,213 d And I'm hungry like the wolf d 766 01:10:03,046 --> 01:10:04,463 d Hungry like the wolf d 767 01:10:09,296 --> 01:10:11,255 d Straddle the line d 768 01:10:11,630 --> 01:10:13,338 d Discord and rhyme d 769 01:10:15,963 --> 01:10:17,963 d I'm after you d 770 01:10:19,671 --> 01:10:21,671 d Mouth is alive d 771 01:10:22,046 --> 01:10:24,088 d Juices like wine d 772 01:10:25,838 --> 01:10:28,713 d I'm hungry like the wolf d 773 01:10:47,463 --> 01:10:48,880 Move! 774 01:11:11,130 --> 01:11:14,130 People have disappeared from the camp. 775 01:11:15,630 --> 01:11:19,171 I want to know where they are going and who is taking them. 776 01:11:51,296 --> 01:11:54,505 People have disappeared from the camp. 777 01:11:56,130 --> 01:11:59,213 I want to know where they are going and who is taking them. 778 01:12:07,838 --> 01:12:08,880 Sir... 779 01:12:11,088 --> 01:12:15,255 I know who you're looking for. 780 01:12:18,213 --> 01:12:19,713 His name is Kabede. 781 01:12:27,630 --> 01:12:30,380 Women will no longer walk alone, 782 01:12:31,130 --> 01:12:32,921 without a family member escorting them. 783 01:12:34,963 --> 01:12:38,546 Women must wear the hijab at all times. 784 01:12:39,963 --> 01:12:40,796 Alcohol... 785 01:12:41,588 --> 01:12:42,546 Not the alcohol. 786 01:12:42,880 --> 01:12:44,380 ...will no longer be sold 787 01:12:44,463 --> 01:12:46,005 -in public places. -Fuck! 788 01:12:50,171 --> 01:12:53,213 There's been an incident in the south. I think you need to see this. 789 01:14:34,546 --> 01:14:35,505 There you are. 790 01:14:36,171 --> 01:14:37,755 I was just talking about you 791 01:14:37,838 --> 01:14:40,046 with our new guests. 792 01:14:41,546 --> 01:14:44,255 Mr. Thomas, nice to see you again. 793 01:14:44,338 --> 01:14:45,588 Now this is a surprise. 794 01:14:45,671 --> 01:14:47,255 Well, I'm sure it is. 795 01:14:47,588 --> 01:14:48,963 You're not an easy man to find. 796 01:14:49,046 --> 01:14:51,338 I think I saw you nearly two years ago. 797 01:14:52,088 --> 01:14:54,296 You were an anthropologist back then. 798 01:14:54,671 --> 01:14:57,588 -Right, well, didn't pay the bills. -Yeah. 799 01:14:59,213 --> 01:15:00,046 Well... 800 01:15:01,005 --> 01:15:03,005 the hawks are demanding stricter Sharia law. 801 01:15:03,463 --> 01:15:05,463 Nimeiry is increasingly paranoid. 802 01:15:06,296 --> 01:15:08,880 If you ask me, this entire country is a fucking tinder box. 803 01:15:08,963 --> 01:15:12,046 Really? We don't really feel that out here. 804 01:15:12,421 --> 01:15:13,713 -No? -No. 805 01:15:14,880 --> 01:15:17,005 Well, State's sent cargo planes for us, 806 01:15:18,088 --> 01:15:21,088 ready to evac in the event things take a turn for the worse. 807 01:15:21,255 --> 01:15:23,880 -Oh. -And this refugee crisis, it's... 808 01:15:25,213 --> 01:15:27,546 it's really not helping. You have entire 809 01:15:28,046 --> 01:15:30,213 refugee neighborhoods just disappearing. 810 01:15:31,171 --> 01:15:32,005 Into thin air. 811 01:15:32,880 --> 01:15:35,463 The UN offers a stipend to the Sudanese 812 01:15:35,546 --> 01:15:37,046 for every refugee they house, 813 01:15:37,130 --> 01:15:40,463 so when people start to disappear that's just... 814 01:15:41,463 --> 01:15:42,588 ...bad for business. 815 01:15:46,463 --> 01:15:47,296 Well. 816 01:15:47,796 --> 01:15:50,505 Only crisis we face is whether or not we catch fresh lobster. 817 01:15:52,005 --> 01:15:53,505 Just kidding. 818 01:15:53,963 --> 01:15:55,630 Well, I just got back from Gedaref, 819 01:15:55,713 --> 01:15:58,838 where the Mukhabarat had executed another 30 people. 820 01:16:03,046 --> 01:16:04,171 This is quite serious. 821 01:16:11,588 --> 01:16:13,755 I'd like to stay and chat, but I gotta get back to work. 822 01:16:13,838 --> 01:16:14,796 -Sure. -Okay. 823 01:16:16,171 --> 01:16:17,046 Enjoy the... 824 01:16:19,130 --> 01:16:21,171 Kabede Bimro, right? 825 01:16:22,380 --> 01:16:23,213 Excuse me? 826 01:16:23,880 --> 01:16:24,713 Hmm? 827 01:16:25,671 --> 01:16:27,255 I just think it's such a funny name. 828 01:16:29,588 --> 01:16:30,421 Kabede. 829 01:16:33,171 --> 01:16:34,005 Yeah. 830 01:16:39,588 --> 01:16:41,005 What's the CIA doing here? 831 01:16:42,046 --> 01:16:43,588 -What did he want? -I don't know. 832 01:16:43,671 --> 01:16:45,546 -I think to warn us. - Fuck! 833 01:16:46,213 --> 01:16:47,546 He knows about Kabede. 834 01:16:48,421 --> 01:16:49,255 We gotta go. 835 01:16:49,338 --> 01:16:51,546 No, this is just so fucking stupid. 836 01:16:51,921 --> 01:16:54,838 Tell Kabede it's too dangerous. We'll pick it up in two weeks when we have 837 01:16:54,921 --> 01:16:56,921 -a chance to assess the threat. -We have 200 people-- 838 01:16:57,005 --> 01:16:59,130 We'll have 200 people less if we fuck it up. 839 01:16:59,213 --> 01:17:01,380 For fuck's sake, Sammy, will you just trust me for once? 840 01:17:09,005 --> 01:17:10,838 Well, if we're doing this, we need to leave now. 841 01:17:13,046 --> 01:17:13,880 What's it gonna be? 842 01:17:46,296 --> 01:17:48,255 I need you to do something for me, okay? 843 01:17:50,421 --> 01:17:52,046 I need you to get on this truck. 844 01:17:55,546 --> 01:17:56,630 It's your turn. 845 01:17:56,963 --> 01:17:58,005 You're going home. 846 01:17:59,755 --> 01:18:02,880 Ari, there are still hundreds crossing the border every week. 847 01:18:03,505 --> 01:18:06,505 -Thousands more in Ethiopia still. -The Mukhabarat has your name. 848 01:18:08,755 --> 01:18:09,671 They're after you. 849 01:18:09,755 --> 01:18:11,796 -It's not about me, it's about them. -They know 850 01:18:12,088 --> 01:18:13,380 you're smuggling people out. 851 01:18:14,046 --> 01:18:15,671 You're no good to anybody if you're dead. 852 01:18:16,880 --> 01:18:17,796 You've done enough. 853 01:18:18,921 --> 01:18:19,755 Enough? 854 01:18:20,796 --> 01:18:23,421 Enough is when all of us are in Jerusalem. 855 01:18:24,671 --> 01:18:25,505 All. 856 01:18:39,713 --> 01:18:40,546 Come on. 857 01:18:42,171 --> 01:18:43,546 Good, you got in? 858 01:18:43,630 --> 01:18:44,463 Okay. 859 01:18:47,505 --> 01:18:48,338 Ari? 860 01:18:48,421 --> 01:18:49,296 -Yeah? -Here. 861 01:18:49,838 --> 01:18:51,963 This is for you. It's from your wife. 862 01:19:03,213 --> 01:19:04,255 Guys, we have company. 863 01:19:05,630 --> 01:19:06,463 Say again? 864 01:19:06,588 --> 01:19:07,505 We have company. 865 01:19:07,588 --> 01:19:08,880 Go, go, go, go, go, go! 866 01:19:09,463 --> 01:19:10,380 What kind of company? 867 01:19:10,463 --> 01:19:11,796 Shit, shit, shit. 868 01:19:12,546 --> 01:19:13,755 Can you be more specific? 869 01:19:14,463 --> 01:19:16,255 Military jeeps approaching from the north, 870 01:19:16,630 --> 01:19:17,838 I see three, four jeeps. 871 01:19:19,505 --> 01:19:22,338 Fuck. Go, go, go, get on the Waverly. 872 01:19:30,963 --> 01:19:32,213 Taking heavy fire. 873 01:19:45,630 --> 01:19:46,713 What's your name, soldier? 874 01:19:47,421 --> 01:19:48,796 -What's your name? -David. 875 01:19:48,880 --> 01:19:49,796 David, okay? 876 01:19:50,005 --> 01:19:51,796 Stay with me, okay? You're gonna be all right. 877 01:19:58,963 --> 01:20:02,505 -Get my bag, it's in the truck. -There's no time, there's no time. 878 01:20:03,463 --> 01:20:05,630 -We gotta get him to the Waverly. -Grab a leg! 879 01:20:16,421 --> 01:20:18,630 Hey, hey, don't let go of this wound. 880 01:20:18,963 --> 01:20:22,088 Keep the pressure on even if your hand turns numb. You let go, he's dead. 881 01:20:25,838 --> 01:20:27,255 Break, break, break, break. 882 01:20:45,546 --> 01:20:47,213 All taxis are away. 883 01:20:48,296 --> 01:20:51,671 Navy Seal's been hit. I repeat, Navy Seal's been hit. 884 01:20:52,880 --> 01:20:54,505 Have a medical team standing by. 885 01:20:59,005 --> 01:21:01,421 -Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. 886 01:21:07,338 --> 01:21:09,505 Dozen or so targets have been identified. 887 01:21:09,713 --> 01:21:10,921 Permission to engage. 888 01:21:11,005 --> 01:21:12,588 - No, do not engage! 889 01:21:12,671 --> 01:21:14,630 If you engage, it's all over. I'll handle it. 890 01:21:29,130 --> 01:21:31,505 -What are you doing? -Follow my lead. 891 01:21:31,588 --> 01:21:33,463 Don't shoot, don't shoot. 892 01:21:33,921 --> 01:21:36,755 My name is Guy Thomas from the Red Sea Diving Resort. 893 01:21:36,838 --> 01:21:38,713 We have tourists on night dive. 894 01:21:39,005 --> 01:21:39,838 What are you doing? 895 01:21:40,963 --> 01:21:42,046 Where's your commander? 896 01:21:47,796 --> 01:21:51,296 They're being arrested. Repeat, team leader's being arrested. 897 01:21:51,421 --> 01:21:52,671 Permission to engage. 898 01:21:52,755 --> 01:21:54,213 Our window is closing. 899 01:21:54,588 --> 01:21:56,463 Come on, engage, engage, engage. 900 01:21:56,546 --> 01:21:59,588 Do not engage. I repeat, do not engage. 901 01:21:59,671 --> 01:22:02,255 Get the cargo to base, get the fuck out of there. 902 01:22:26,380 --> 01:22:28,546 - It's me, it's me, relax. 903 01:23:22,505 --> 01:23:23,963 Taxis have reached base. 904 01:23:24,130 --> 01:23:25,546 Cargo is safely on board. 905 01:23:26,505 --> 01:23:27,338 Copy that. 906 01:23:29,463 --> 01:23:31,171 Is there any news on team leader? 907 01:23:33,755 --> 01:23:36,255 We've been monitoring radio transmissions in Khartoum. 908 01:23:39,046 --> 01:23:39,880 Nothing new. 909 01:23:53,588 --> 01:23:54,713 We're gonna get outta here. 910 01:23:55,921 --> 01:23:56,755 It's gonna be okay. 911 01:24:01,463 --> 01:24:03,088 Hey, hey, excuse me. 912 01:24:03,421 --> 01:24:04,255 Excuse me. 913 01:24:05,005 --> 01:24:06,380 I need to talk to your commander. 914 01:24:07,546 --> 01:24:08,421 Hey! 915 01:24:10,213 --> 01:24:11,671 Fucking asshole. 916 01:24:13,255 --> 01:24:14,880 You're the asshole, Ari. 917 01:24:16,713 --> 01:24:17,546 What? 918 01:24:19,546 --> 01:24:22,546 I told you to cancel tonight's operation, I told you. I told you 919 01:24:22,630 --> 01:24:24,880 -it was too dangerous. -You don't get to make that call. 920 01:24:24,963 --> 01:24:27,880 No, I don't get to make that call, only you get to make that call. 921 01:24:28,046 --> 01:24:29,338 Is there something you wanna say? 922 01:24:31,380 --> 01:24:32,838 Why did you bring me down here? 923 01:24:35,921 --> 01:24:37,713 You act like we're best friends, 924 01:24:37,796 --> 01:24:39,713 but you never listen to a word I say. 925 01:24:41,588 --> 01:24:43,838 And I'm clearly not the best field doctor 926 01:24:43,921 --> 01:24:44,838 around anymore. 927 01:24:49,296 --> 01:24:50,213 Is it pity? 928 01:24:50,296 --> 01:24:51,171 Yeah, it was pity. 929 01:24:51,755 --> 01:24:52,588 You happy? 930 01:24:53,046 --> 01:24:53,880 Now shut up. 931 01:24:54,088 --> 01:24:57,005 -We'll get out of here if we stay calm. -They're gonna find out who we are. 932 01:24:57,088 --> 01:25:00,130 They're gonna go to the hotel if they're not there already and they're gonna 933 01:25:00,338 --> 01:25:03,171 kill every single one of them, Max, Jake, 934 01:25:03,463 --> 01:25:05,671 -Rachel. -Hey, stop using names. 935 01:25:05,921 --> 01:25:09,338 -You don't know who's listening. -You think this kind of work is romantic? 936 01:25:09,421 --> 01:25:12,046 It's not romantic, it's practical. 937 01:25:12,213 --> 01:25:13,338 There's a protocol. 938 01:25:13,505 --> 01:25:14,588 You can't just 939 01:25:14,671 --> 01:25:17,421 make shit up as you go along and hope for the best. 940 01:25:17,505 --> 01:25:18,421 I know that. 941 01:25:19,088 --> 01:25:20,296 What we do is dangerous. 942 01:25:20,421 --> 01:25:21,755 People get hurt sometimes. 943 01:25:22,130 --> 01:25:23,380 Oh, I know! 944 01:25:30,463 --> 01:25:31,713 Is that what this is about? 945 01:25:32,463 --> 01:25:34,171 Your hand? Tangiers? 946 01:25:34,546 --> 01:25:36,755 You know, I was a surgeon before I met you, 947 01:25:37,421 --> 01:25:39,088 and you dare come into my clinic, 948 01:25:39,171 --> 01:25:41,296 and make a joke about me not saving lives. 949 01:25:41,380 --> 01:25:43,088 What joke, when did I make a joke? 950 01:25:43,338 --> 01:25:44,171 What joke? 951 01:25:44,255 --> 01:25:45,630 It's not about my hand! 952 01:25:45,755 --> 01:25:47,130 It's about you. 953 01:25:47,505 --> 01:25:48,671 It's about you and me. 954 01:25:49,171 --> 01:25:51,380 They're gonna torture us and we're gonna die in here 955 01:25:51,463 --> 01:25:52,630 and it's because your ego 956 01:25:52,713 --> 01:25:54,630 won't accept any help from anybody else. 957 01:25:54,838 --> 01:25:57,255 And no matter what you do, I still fucking follow you around 958 01:25:57,380 --> 01:25:59,130 like a little fucking dog! 959 01:26:05,255 --> 01:26:06,505 I'm so stupid. 960 01:26:08,796 --> 01:26:10,755 I'm so stupid, I'm so stupid, 961 01:26:10,838 --> 01:26:12,838 I'm so stupid, I'm so... 962 01:26:15,421 --> 01:26:16,921 I'm so... 963 01:26:23,255 --> 01:26:25,213 -Hey. 964 01:26:25,296 --> 01:26:27,380 Hey, hey, hey, stop, stop, 965 01:26:27,463 --> 01:26:28,796 you're gonna get us killed. Don't. 966 01:26:38,338 --> 01:26:39,921 I'm here to see Colonel Madibbo. 967 01:26:51,630 --> 01:26:53,713 I don't have an appointment but he knows me. 968 01:26:53,838 --> 01:26:55,213 No on list. 969 01:26:56,005 --> 01:26:57,671 -No can meet. 970 01:27:01,880 --> 01:27:03,338 Okay, uh... 971 01:27:05,380 --> 01:27:07,588 If you open the gate I will just drive through. 972 01:27:09,255 --> 01:27:10,588 I will just drive through. 973 01:27:16,296 --> 01:27:17,380 Shukraan. 974 01:27:51,713 --> 01:27:52,713 Angela Bluchel. 975 01:27:53,421 --> 01:27:54,421 Angela Bluchel. 976 01:27:54,880 --> 01:27:55,921 The general manager 977 01:27:56,296 --> 01:27:57,838 of The Red Sea Diving Resort. 978 01:27:59,088 --> 01:28:00,880 The Mudira Natcor. 979 01:28:01,338 --> 01:28:03,588 Oh yes, of course, of course. 980 01:28:09,046 --> 01:28:10,130 Sorry about that. 981 01:28:12,630 --> 01:28:14,546 Um... would you like a Mr. Pibb? 982 01:28:15,421 --> 01:28:17,630 It's a Coke, but tastes like cherry. 983 01:28:30,296 --> 01:28:31,463 Who did this to you? 984 01:28:33,296 --> 01:28:35,046 No, no, no, that's... 985 01:28:35,421 --> 01:28:36,546 It's not, they didn't... 986 01:28:38,296 --> 01:28:39,130 We did this. 987 01:28:40,421 --> 01:28:41,255 To each other. 988 01:28:42,171 --> 01:28:43,005 What do you mean? 989 01:28:45,296 --> 01:28:46,296 We don't get along. 990 01:28:59,463 --> 01:29:00,755 Crazy hawajas. 991 01:29:04,005 --> 01:29:05,171 You're free to go. 992 01:29:07,213 --> 01:29:08,046 You may go. 993 01:29:10,171 --> 01:29:11,046 Shukraan. 994 01:29:54,130 --> 01:29:54,963 You're overdressed. 995 01:29:55,171 --> 01:29:56,796 Let's talk, inside. 996 01:30:01,671 --> 01:30:02,713 Ethan. 997 01:30:04,963 --> 01:30:06,838 The soldier that was shot? 998 01:30:08,463 --> 01:30:09,713 He lost too much blood. 999 01:30:24,713 --> 01:30:25,630 How did this happen? 1000 01:30:26,421 --> 01:30:27,630 They mistook us for smugglers. 1001 01:30:28,213 --> 01:30:29,713 This whole thing's a bloody mistake. 1002 01:30:31,671 --> 01:30:32,505 It doesn't... 1003 01:30:35,338 --> 01:30:36,796 It doesn't really matter anymore. 1004 01:30:40,921 --> 01:30:41,921 You shutting us down? 1005 01:30:49,296 --> 01:30:50,171 You can't, Ethan. 1006 01:30:50,921 --> 01:30:53,796 This mission's a success, we've got thousands of people out, 1007 01:30:53,880 --> 01:30:55,463 we have thousands more coming this way. 1008 01:30:55,546 --> 01:30:57,088 That's exactly why we have to stop now. 1009 01:30:57,755 --> 01:30:58,880 While it's still a success. 1010 01:30:59,255 --> 01:31:02,088 God, you're thinking about the politics. Nothing's changed. 1011 01:31:02,546 --> 01:31:05,505 -The Sudanese don't know the missing-- -You could have died last night. 1012 01:31:05,588 --> 01:31:06,546 We were this close 1013 01:31:06,880 --> 01:31:08,546 to having an all-out war between 1014 01:31:08,630 --> 01:31:10,921 our Navy Seals and the Sudanese military. 1015 01:31:11,005 --> 01:31:12,005 You were arrested. 1016 01:31:12,088 --> 01:31:13,880 Again. They have a file on you. 1017 01:31:15,005 --> 01:31:16,505 My job here isn't finished. 1018 01:31:26,921 --> 01:31:27,796 Open your eyes. 1019 01:31:30,005 --> 01:31:31,463 Look what's happening in Khartoum. 1020 01:31:33,213 --> 01:31:35,255 They're arresting and executing dissidents. 1021 01:31:35,963 --> 01:31:37,755 They're beating uncovered women in the street. 1022 01:31:38,671 --> 01:31:39,880 They're expelling foreigners. 1023 01:31:39,963 --> 01:31:42,421 Textbook revolution. It's time to get out. 1024 01:31:42,505 --> 01:31:43,630 Please, Ethan, please. 1025 01:31:43,713 --> 01:31:45,713 I want you chaps home. 1026 01:31:48,255 --> 01:31:50,255 I don't need more bodies on my conscience. 1027 01:31:53,171 --> 01:31:54,505 Take a few days to organize. 1028 01:31:56,505 --> 01:31:58,588 And get the hell out of this godforsaken place. 1029 01:32:41,046 --> 01:32:41,880 It's blood. 1030 01:32:44,255 --> 01:32:45,338 We need to get outta here. 1031 01:32:47,338 --> 01:32:49,088 No, no, it's me, it's me. It's Retta. 1032 01:32:49,588 --> 01:32:50,463 It's Retta. 1033 01:32:51,171 --> 01:32:52,005 Where's Kabede? 1034 01:33:00,130 --> 01:33:01,505 Holy shit! Sammy. 1035 01:33:03,755 --> 01:33:05,296 What happened? Did you get stabbed? 1036 01:33:06,171 --> 01:33:07,338 Can I take a look? Yeah? 1037 01:33:10,296 --> 01:33:12,088 I think he's punctured his lung. 1038 01:33:12,505 --> 01:33:14,546 Sit up, take the pressure off your chest. 1039 01:33:15,171 --> 01:33:16,088 How'd you get out? 1040 01:33:16,713 --> 01:33:17,796 I bribed the guard. 1041 01:33:18,588 --> 01:33:19,921 We gave everything we had. 1042 01:33:20,755 --> 01:33:21,588 Ari. 1043 01:33:22,421 --> 01:33:23,588 Another group came. 1044 01:33:24,296 --> 01:33:25,213 Hundreds more. 1045 01:33:26,338 --> 01:33:27,546 They're hiding by the river. 1046 01:33:28,505 --> 01:33:30,963 We gotta get him to the hospital. Help me move him. 1047 01:33:31,046 --> 01:33:33,796 No, we have to find another place, another place for them to go. 1048 01:33:33,880 --> 01:33:34,921 The operation's over. 1049 01:33:35,713 --> 01:33:36,588 They pulled the plug. 1050 01:33:37,630 --> 01:33:40,671 We're gonna go back to Israel and regroup. I'm so sorry, my hands are tied. 1051 01:33:42,546 --> 01:33:44,713 If you want to go, then leave. 1052 01:33:45,546 --> 01:33:47,130 But you will not take me with you. 1053 01:33:47,796 --> 01:33:49,171 And you will not stand in my way. 1054 01:33:51,130 --> 01:33:53,171 The mission isn't over for us, I promise. 1055 01:33:53,796 --> 01:33:54,630 Mission? 1056 01:33:56,255 --> 01:33:57,796 This is not a mission for me. 1057 01:33:59,338 --> 01:34:00,255 This is my life. 1058 01:34:00,505 --> 01:34:01,338 My family. 1059 01:34:03,963 --> 01:34:04,796 You go. 1060 01:34:14,796 --> 01:34:17,296 I can't force you guys to do this one. This is up to you. 1061 01:34:17,713 --> 01:34:18,588 You know the risks. 1062 01:34:20,671 --> 01:34:21,505 I'm in. 1063 01:34:32,088 --> 01:34:33,005 Can you give us a sec? 1064 01:34:48,171 --> 01:34:50,046 Whatever you want to do, I'll back you up. 1065 01:34:50,796 --> 01:34:52,463 Fuck you. 1066 01:34:58,005 --> 01:34:58,838 You're right. 1067 01:35:00,421 --> 01:35:01,255 I'm an asshole. 1068 01:35:02,588 --> 01:35:04,005 I let my ego get in the way. 1069 01:35:05,463 --> 01:35:07,130 I get an idea, and I go with it. 1070 01:35:07,380 --> 01:35:08,213 I don't listen. 1071 01:35:08,421 --> 01:35:09,255 I take risks. 1072 01:35:11,421 --> 01:35:13,505 Sometimes it works, sometimes people get hurt. 1073 01:35:16,671 --> 01:35:17,505 I'm sorry. 1074 01:35:20,671 --> 01:35:21,755 And if you wanna go home, 1075 01:35:22,421 --> 01:35:23,255 I'll back you up. 1076 01:35:43,421 --> 01:35:44,296 Hey. 1077 01:35:59,088 --> 01:36:01,880 It seems your boss is back. 1078 01:36:02,588 --> 01:36:03,421 Perfect. 1079 01:36:04,755 --> 01:36:07,088 I will make sure he comes right in to join us. 1080 01:36:12,171 --> 01:36:14,046 I will join you in welcoming him. 1081 01:36:15,921 --> 01:36:16,755 As you wish. 1082 01:36:28,463 --> 01:36:29,296 Colonel. 1083 01:36:30,380 --> 01:36:31,671 To what do we owe this pleasure? 1084 01:36:32,546 --> 01:36:36,088 I was just treating my men to some of Abu Aziz's famous cooking. 1085 01:36:36,421 --> 01:36:38,588 -Great, let's not keep him waiting. -Stop. 1086 01:36:39,921 --> 01:36:40,796 Soldier... 1087 01:36:41,921 --> 01:36:42,880 Yes, sir. 1088 01:36:43,005 --> 01:36:45,005 Stop the truck. Check the back. 1089 01:36:52,005 --> 01:36:54,671 I just want to see what is in the back of your truck. 1090 01:36:56,088 --> 01:36:56,921 What for? 1091 01:36:58,713 --> 01:36:59,838 It will please me. 1092 01:37:21,380 --> 01:37:22,630 It's empty, sir. 1093 01:37:23,505 --> 01:37:24,505 No one is in there. 1094 01:37:31,338 --> 01:37:32,171 So. 1095 01:37:32,463 --> 01:37:33,338 Dinner. 1096 01:37:33,421 --> 01:37:34,463 Great. 1097 01:38:20,255 --> 01:38:21,880 Is there something I can help them find? 1098 01:38:22,296 --> 01:38:23,630 They are just doing their job. 1099 01:38:26,671 --> 01:38:27,921 What's good today? 1100 01:38:30,630 --> 01:38:32,755 We have fresh sea bass and crab. 1101 01:38:34,713 --> 01:38:35,671 Look at me. 1102 01:38:37,588 --> 01:38:39,838 Pretend we are talking about the food. 1103 01:38:41,463 --> 01:38:45,046 Do you ever see refugees, not guests, brought into this hotel? 1104 01:38:51,296 --> 01:38:54,463 The whites, do they sometimes leave at night? 1105 01:39:00,130 --> 01:39:02,796 Now and then, not every night. 1106 01:39:04,796 --> 01:39:06,380 And when do they come back? 1107 01:39:07,796 --> 01:39:08,963 The next morning. 1108 01:39:24,255 --> 01:39:25,671 Be right back. 1109 01:39:28,213 --> 01:39:30,505 If I find out that you're helping the whites... 1110 01:39:30,755 --> 01:39:32,463 do something illegal here... 1111 01:39:33,713 --> 01:39:36,005 I will hang you and your family. 1112 01:39:38,005 --> 01:39:38,921 Nathifa. 1113 01:39:40,213 --> 01:39:41,380 Go help Aziz with the food. 1114 01:40:26,130 --> 01:40:27,130 Enough. 1115 01:40:27,546 --> 01:40:28,380 Enough. 1116 01:40:28,755 --> 01:40:29,588 It is done. 1117 01:40:40,671 --> 01:40:42,130 You have to go now. 1118 01:40:42,880 --> 01:40:43,880 You have to go. 1119 01:41:00,171 --> 01:41:01,005 Go. I'll stay. 1120 01:41:07,880 --> 01:41:09,046 This... this was, 1121 01:41:09,963 --> 01:41:10,880 delicious. 1122 01:41:11,505 --> 01:41:12,380 Oh! 1123 01:41:13,588 --> 01:41:16,796 Maybe I'll bring Abu Aziz to come cook for me, hey? 1124 01:41:22,213 --> 01:41:23,463 Where are you from? 1125 01:41:23,546 --> 01:41:24,505 Don't do that. 1126 01:41:27,713 --> 01:41:28,546 Hmm? 1127 01:41:29,546 --> 01:41:30,463 Hmm? 1128 01:41:31,505 --> 01:41:32,588 Muhammad Qol. 1129 01:41:33,880 --> 01:41:35,671 Do you know why I love 1130 01:41:36,255 --> 01:41:37,130 Hadandawa women? 1131 01:41:38,338 --> 01:41:41,380 Because they are absolutely wild in the sack. 1132 01:41:44,005 --> 01:41:44,963 Hey! 1133 01:41:46,213 --> 01:41:47,338 Because they don't... 1134 01:41:47,796 --> 01:41:49,046 feel anything down there. 1135 01:41:49,921 --> 01:41:51,921 Their fathers cut them when they are 1136 01:41:52,213 --> 01:41:53,588 very young, so... 1137 01:41:54,130 --> 01:41:56,796 You have to be very rough for them to feel anything at all. 1138 01:41:56,880 --> 01:41:59,046 -I said don't! 1139 01:42:02,505 --> 01:42:04,088 Or what? Huh? 1140 01:42:05,630 --> 01:42:06,463 What? 1141 01:42:07,046 --> 01:42:10,546 What is it that you are planning on doing with that knife, Mr. Thomas? 1142 01:42:14,213 --> 01:42:15,713 Hopefully just eat my dinner. 1143 01:42:33,838 --> 01:42:34,671 Ah. 1144 01:42:35,421 --> 01:42:37,171 I'm not hungry anymore. 1145 01:42:58,630 --> 01:42:59,921 They're gonna be back soon. 1146 01:43:00,421 --> 01:43:01,255 With numbers. 1147 01:43:04,046 --> 01:43:06,213 Especially when they figure out they're one man short. 1148 01:43:07,588 --> 01:43:09,171 What do you mean? What did you do? 1149 01:43:18,171 --> 01:43:19,005 Okay. 1150 01:43:19,630 --> 01:43:22,463 Buy me a day, make sure they're taken care of but completely invisible. 1151 01:43:22,546 --> 01:43:23,755 Don't let the staff in here. 1152 01:43:23,838 --> 01:43:25,921 Max, Sammy, take the truck, get the rest of the group. 1153 01:43:26,421 --> 01:43:27,755 You and I gotta call Ethan. 1154 01:43:31,713 --> 01:43:33,713 Didn't expect to see you again so soon. 1155 01:43:36,338 --> 01:43:37,171 Please. 1156 01:43:39,671 --> 01:43:40,588 Can I get you anything? 1157 01:43:42,463 --> 01:43:43,296 No? 1158 01:43:46,588 --> 01:43:49,296 So, are you going to finally tell me who you really are? 1159 01:43:50,130 --> 01:43:51,046 You know who I am. 1160 01:43:52,088 --> 01:43:53,880 I wish I had time to play games, but I don't. 1161 01:43:54,838 --> 01:43:55,671 Right. 1162 01:43:56,463 --> 01:43:58,046 But I'd really like to hear it. 1163 01:43:59,088 --> 01:43:59,921 From you. 1164 01:44:02,213 --> 01:44:03,046 Hypothetically? 1165 01:44:04,588 --> 01:44:05,713 I'm the Israeli government. 1166 01:44:09,213 --> 01:44:10,588 Well fuckin' shalom. 1167 01:44:15,380 --> 01:44:16,921 Let's assume for a second that I know something 1168 01:44:17,005 --> 01:44:18,588 about these disappearing refugees. 1169 01:44:20,171 --> 01:44:21,005 Okay. 1170 01:44:21,380 --> 01:44:22,213 And... 1171 01:44:22,755 --> 01:44:23,796 I theoretically 1172 01:44:24,296 --> 01:44:26,296 need your help getting about 400 of them 1173 01:44:26,380 --> 01:44:28,088 out of the country, immediately. 1174 01:44:28,380 --> 01:44:30,630 Oh. How would I do that? 1175 01:44:31,505 --> 01:44:32,380 You mentioned planes. 1176 01:44:32,963 --> 01:44:34,880 Here on the ground in Khartoum, cargo planes. 1177 01:44:35,546 --> 01:44:36,505 Uh-huh. 1178 01:44:38,380 --> 01:44:39,921 Even if I could help you, 1179 01:44:41,338 --> 01:44:42,171 Ari, 1180 01:44:44,338 --> 01:44:45,588 I don't have that kind of pull. 1181 01:44:47,130 --> 01:44:49,713 Honestly, the best I can do is talk to my bosses. 1182 01:45:10,213 --> 01:45:11,213 Wait, wait, wait. 1183 01:45:11,296 --> 01:45:13,796 I don't know what this person's gonna tell you. They may tell you 1184 01:45:13,880 --> 01:45:15,463 to throw me out of the building or the country, 1185 01:45:15,546 --> 01:45:19,130 but I promise you, what you do right now will be your legacy. 1186 01:45:19,838 --> 01:45:23,088 When you look back on this moment, it will either fill you with great pride, 1187 01:45:23,338 --> 01:45:24,171 or great shame. 1188 01:45:33,046 --> 01:45:33,963 This is Walton. 1189 01:45:37,421 --> 01:45:40,296 We got a problem. There's no way we're all going to fit in the two trucks. 1190 01:45:40,380 --> 01:45:41,213 Too many people. 1191 01:45:41,880 --> 01:45:42,713 Shit. 1192 01:45:43,505 --> 01:45:44,338 Fuck! 1193 01:45:54,296 --> 01:45:57,255 Are you serious? A Sudanese tour bus? 1194 01:45:58,838 --> 01:46:01,338 Start loading them up. I gotta grab something. I'll be right back. 1195 01:46:15,713 --> 01:46:17,880 -Let's go. 1196 01:47:00,296 --> 01:47:01,671 Call everyone! 1197 01:47:02,796 --> 01:47:03,796 Everyone! 1198 01:47:34,213 --> 01:47:35,630 About eight more kilometers. 1199 01:47:37,338 --> 01:47:38,296 What is this place? 1200 01:47:38,796 --> 01:47:39,630 Carthago. 1201 01:47:40,130 --> 01:47:41,588 It's an old British airfield. 1202 01:47:42,421 --> 01:47:43,255 If it's still there. 1203 01:47:44,796 --> 01:47:46,213 What if it's not still there? 1204 01:49:15,505 --> 01:49:17,005 Oh, shit! 1205 01:49:19,880 --> 01:49:21,671 Hey, not to state the obvious, 1206 01:49:21,755 --> 01:49:24,421 but there's a tree in the middle of the runway. 1207 01:49:56,630 --> 01:49:57,963 When are they supposed to be here? 1208 01:49:59,255 --> 01:50:00,088 I don't know, why? 1209 01:50:01,463 --> 01:50:03,838 We have company. Nine kilometers away. 1210 01:50:05,088 --> 01:50:06,588 Should we get them back on the trucks? 1211 01:50:06,963 --> 01:50:07,963 No, there's still time. 1212 01:50:09,505 --> 01:50:11,213 Come on, Walton, you motherfucker. 1213 01:50:19,796 --> 01:50:20,838 What do we do? 1214 01:50:21,671 --> 01:50:22,796 Shit, come on. 1215 01:50:36,255 --> 01:50:38,838 We should get everyone back on the bus and get the fuck out of here. 1216 01:50:40,880 --> 01:50:43,630 -Okay, fine, get everybody back inside. -No, wait. Listen. 1217 01:50:47,421 --> 01:50:48,255 Listen. 1218 01:51:37,046 --> 01:51:37,880 All right, come on. 1219 01:51:39,130 --> 01:51:40,296 Let's go. Stay together. 1220 01:51:48,338 --> 01:51:49,296 Ready when you are. 1221 01:51:49,380 --> 01:51:50,213 Thank you. 1222 01:51:53,921 --> 01:51:54,880 All right, let's go. 1223 01:51:55,421 --> 01:51:57,380 All right, get some of these people in, let's go. 1224 01:51:58,463 --> 01:51:59,588 All the way to the back. 1225 01:52:01,880 --> 01:52:03,338 Front of the plane, keep moving. 1226 01:52:08,505 --> 01:52:09,338 Here. 1227 01:52:15,630 --> 01:52:17,005 All the way to the back. 1228 01:52:17,755 --> 01:52:20,588 Wait, wait, wait. Stop. Stop. Marines, move them back. 1229 01:52:20,671 --> 01:52:22,380 Wait, why? Why? 1230 01:52:22,880 --> 01:52:25,796 This plane can carry 228 passengers. How many people you got? 1231 01:52:25,880 --> 01:52:28,088 .We have 400, we'll sit in the aisle. -No, they won't. 1232 01:52:28,755 --> 01:52:30,880 We can take 228, and the rest have to find another way. 1233 01:52:30,963 --> 01:52:34,130 -Safety protocols, weight limitations. -If you leave us, we will die. 1234 01:52:36,171 --> 01:52:38,838 All right, then you decide, you decide who stays and who goes, 1235 01:52:38,921 --> 01:52:39,838 'cause I can't do it. 1236 01:52:39,921 --> 01:52:41,755 You choose who lives, who dies. 1237 01:52:42,130 --> 01:52:43,296 They're three kilometers out. 1238 01:52:44,796 --> 01:52:45,713 Better do it fast. 1239 01:52:49,421 --> 01:52:51,796 It's not that I don't want to, there's no room on the plane. 1240 01:52:55,546 --> 01:52:56,505 Then we'll make room. 1241 01:53:08,046 --> 01:53:09,463 Back up, back up, back up. 1242 01:53:34,463 --> 01:53:36,296 Let's go, let's go. 1243 01:53:39,755 --> 01:53:41,005 Come on, come on, let's go. 1244 01:53:44,963 --> 01:53:47,171 Move to the front, move to the front. 1245 01:53:56,005 --> 01:53:57,505 Come on, quick, quick, let's go. 1246 01:53:57,588 --> 01:53:58,421 Let's go. 1247 01:53:59,046 --> 01:54:00,546 Let's go, let's go, let's go. 1248 01:54:02,630 --> 01:54:05,505 That plane must not take off! Whatever it takes! 1249 01:54:05,630 --> 01:54:07,588 Faster, faster, faster! 1250 01:54:35,755 --> 01:54:36,880 Seventy knots. 1251 01:54:48,088 --> 01:54:49,255 We're not gonna make it. 1252 01:54:49,338 --> 01:54:51,380 -We're not gonna make it. -We're gonna make it! 1253 01:54:55,046 --> 01:54:56,296 Oh... shit! 1254 01:55:36,671 --> 01:55:38,171 I think we can breathe now. 1255 01:57:04,255 --> 01:57:05,713 Leave no one behind. 1256 01:57:10,546 --> 01:57:12,046 You're crazy, you know that? 1257 01:59:08,088 --> 01:59:08,921 Katz? 1258 01:59:25,838 --> 01:59:27,463 There are thousands more, Ari. 1259 01:59:30,088 --> 01:59:30,921 I know. 1260 01:59:33,088 --> 01:59:34,380 We're gonna go back, okay? 1261 01:59:35,088 --> 01:59:35,921 I promise. 1262 01:59:44,505 --> 01:59:46,130 He kept his promise. 1263 01:59:46,463 --> 01:59:47,505 We did go back. 1264 01:59:48,005 --> 01:59:49,296 Again and again. 1265 01:59:51,463 --> 01:59:53,588 We left no one behind. 1266 01:59:57,796 --> 01:59:59,380 The Red Sea Diving Resort 1267 01:59:59,463 --> 02:00:01,380 was not truly a hotel. 1268 02:00:02,088 --> 02:00:04,046 But it embodied a higher truth. 1269 02:00:04,713 --> 02:00:06,338 Perhaps the highest. 1270 02:00:08,171 --> 02:00:09,713 When you see your brother 1271 02:00:09,796 --> 02:00:11,380 or your sister suffering, 1272 02:00:12,421 --> 02:00:13,880 you must not stay silent. 1273 02:00:15,296 --> 02:00:17,088 Do not remain still. 1274 02:00:17,880 --> 02:00:19,088 Go to their aid. 1275 02:00:21,005 --> 02:00:21,963 Help them. 1276 02:00:24,963 --> 02:00:28,963 Preuzeto sa www.titlovi.com 86957

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