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Man: Salaam alaikum.

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Second man: Put down
your weapons! U.S. Forces!

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[american accent]
Don't shoot! Don't shoot!

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Don't shoot! Don't shoot!
I'm american!

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I'm on your side. American?

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I know what you're looking for.

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How much? Relax, dad.
It's a write-off.

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It's a rip-off, more likely.

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It's gorgeous, Emily.
It's for the christmas party.

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You know, the one you're
throwing for your fantastic staff?

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Who you've always said
are just like family to you.

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You two, you're in
this together, aren't you?

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This is a conspiracy, right?

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Oh, dad, I'd like
you to meet Rick Massey.

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Oh, yeah?

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I'm Gillian.

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Foster: Hi.

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Dr. Lightman?

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Right.

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You're with me. You, too.

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Not too much on the
lights and that, right?

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Dad.

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I'm--I'm sure he likes you.
I wouldn't worry about it.

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Lightman: So, deputy assistant

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To the president for
national security affairs?

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What's that mean--CIA?

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I work for the president.

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I'm going with NSA.

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I need you to boot up
your satellite link system.

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What I'm about to tell
you is classified, top secret.

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Nearly ten hours ago in Afghanistan,

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30 miles from the pakistan border,

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Two recon marines were
separated from their platoon

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During a skirmish with the Taliban.

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They haven't been seen since.

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Lieutenant williams from wisconsin,

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Sergeant hart from arizona.

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This is hart's third tour of duty.

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Williams' wife just
gave birth to a baby girl.

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Key in the code jhk 34zy.

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Within an hour of their disappearance,

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Predators, drones
and special missions units

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Were deployed in the search for them.

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46 minutes ago,

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One team found something.

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Franko james vincent
from baltimore, so he claims.

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34 years old. Oh, my god.

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Or is this...

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It's another john walker lindh?

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An american who
went over to the Taliban?

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Don't know what he is
yet. All we know for sure is

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He's given up a Taliban
compound in the gremen valley,

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Where he swears
they're holding the two marines.

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Well, I get what you want from me.

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Transmit. Ok.

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Ready.

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Lightman: Mr. Vincent.

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You say you know where the
Taliban are holding two U.S. Marines?

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How do we know you're telling the truth?

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I don't want to die.

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Lightman: All right.

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The part about not
wanting to die-- that's true enough.

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When did you join the Taliban?

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I was an aid worker,

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And...Teaching
school when the war broke out.

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And--and I got very sick in a village

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And they-- they saved my life.

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Just--

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They took me in--

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That's enough.
That's enough. Stop there.

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No denial about being Taliban. No.

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Well, the delay's not helping,

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But, I mean, I wouldn't trust
him as far as I could throw him.

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He's lying, then. Well, look, you'd need

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To bring him here for me
to get a proper read. I'm sorry.

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While we mount a
mission to rescue those marines,

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We'll have to treat him as
an operational asset in country.

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No, if you think you're
going to send me to Afghanistan...

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You do think you're going to
send me to Afghanistan, don't you?

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And there was I,
dreaming of a white christmas.

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Sync by honeybunny www.addic7ed.com
Corrections by Arok

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¶ dream ¶

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¶ send me a sign ¶

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¶ turn back the clock ¶

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¶ give me some time ¶

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¶ I need to break out ¶

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¶ and make a new name ¶

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¶ let's open our eyes ¶

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¶ to the brand new day ¶

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How quick can you get me there? Cal.

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Have a helicopter on the roof that'll
get you to Andrews in 20, wheels up in 30.

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All right. And, um, Gill?

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Not a word of this to Emily, all right?

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Hey, hey.

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Hey. What's that?

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It's secret Santa. You pick a name

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And you get that person
a gift. There's a $20 limit.

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It's for the christmas party. All right.

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Well, look, um...

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I've got to go away for a few days.

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Oh. Where?

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Oh, just out of
town. I won't be long. Well,

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The christmas party's in 3
days. You'll be back for that, right?

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Oh, I wouldn't miss that for the world.

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Liar.

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No, it's fairy lights and...

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Really...Crappy music,

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And--and goodwill to all men.

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Right up my alley.

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Where's your boyfriend--

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Dick? Rick. Funny, dad.

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Oh, did I scare him away, did I?

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For your
information, he went home to study.

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Really?

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Mm-hmm.

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All right.

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In that case...

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All right.

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Here.

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Get the best...
Christmas lights for your tree

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That money can
buy, all right? All right.

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Dad, where are you going? Hey.

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Oh, they need me in florida.

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Oh, right. Ok. What
happens if I pick myself?

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Then you put it back and pick again.

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And besides, somebody already has you.

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Mm-hmm. Who?

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It's a secret. Duh.

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All right, then.

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[chuckles mischievously]

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Why are you--

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Well, dear...

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[kiss]

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Uhh!

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I love you. Love you, too.

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This is going to be the
best christmas party ever.

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What?

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You can't go to that place again.

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I have never been to
Afghanistan in my life.

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You know what I'm talking about, Cal.

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Two missing marines, love.

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Fear's healthy.

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Don't forget it.

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Right you are.

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[kiss] bye, darling.

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[sighs]

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Man on radio: foxtrot 31 delta...

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Tango one romeo
headed for your 20, over.

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Second man on radio: zero
alpha, copy, bring it on, out.

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Dr. Lightman?

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This way, doc.

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"doc." I like
that. I do, you know? I do.

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Right this way.

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Watch your head here.

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Festive.

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Yeah, the more I
make, the better they get.

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Welcome to the north pole, Dr. Lightman.

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John Parks, team commander.

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How do you do?

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Look, straightaway, I see
you're wondering what idiot came up

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With the plan to send me over here.

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So, we have something in common.

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Charlie team at altitude,

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Waiting for your go-order, boss.

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Right now, all you and I care
about are my 12 soldiers in the air,

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Ready to halo into the Taliban
compound our new friend here says

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Are holding those two marines.

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Wait. I mean, you
already sent the mission over

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Before I even had a
chance to talk to you?

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I moved my team
within striking distance.

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I do my job, you do yours.

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Final decision's mine, period.

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No disrespect, but we
don't have a lot of time

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To screw around before these
animals start cutting heads off.

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All right, well,
do me a favor, will you?

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Just hold on the go-order,
you know, till I've had a chance

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To talk to your new friend here.

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Yeah, I'll do my best
not to screw around, all right?

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We gave him a shave, cleaned him up.

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Sat-link eyes to your people.

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Do you believe in Santa claus?

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Up.

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Cheers.

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Say hello to the folks back home.

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I'm serious.

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Say hello to the folks back home.

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Hello.

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Whoa. he felt that.

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Deep sadness at the mention of home.

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Loker: what are they? paper snowflakes?

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Torres: when Lightman asked him if he
believed in Santa claus, I saw a flash of hope.

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Where's home for you, Franko?

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What?

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Where's home for you, Franko?

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1276 bayview, baltimore, maryland.

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Torres: blurts out a street
address, like he memorized it by heart.

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I--I lived with my aunt.

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Aunt Wendy.

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[chuckles] I'm sorry?

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Franko: Wendy Perriman. my aunt.

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Is that supposed to
mean something to me or--

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My aunt.

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Bayview what?

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Bayview avenue?

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Bayview...terrace? boulevard?

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Street? what is it? [whispers] avenue.

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Lightman: 'cause you seemed, you
know, pretty sure about every other detail,

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Except for that one small thing.

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Bayview road, baltimore.

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And the natives pronounce it "ballmer."

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You know, I'm not buying much, if any,

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Of the whole aid worker,

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Aunt Wendy story.

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I mean, why lie about your aunt Wendy

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Unless she's part of some cover-up,

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Some--what is it?

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CIA?

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Oh, that struck a nerve.

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All right. moving on.

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How do you know where the
Taliban are holding these two marines?

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Why give up that information?

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Because I'm an american, not like you.

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Ex-CIA,

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Rogue lunatic-- I mean,
whatever it is, any idiot can see

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That you've--you've grown some deep...

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Hatred of all things uncle Sam.

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You know what I
think? I think you're just...

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A traitor...

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Trying to save his own skin.

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What's your Taliban name, Franko?

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This close to the border with pakistan,

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The Taliban never
moves more than ten miles

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With prisoners in the first 48 hours,

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And only at night.

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The place I told these soldiers about

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Is the safest place to hide

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That close to where
the marines were captured.

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He said the first half of
that with extreme confidence

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Because it's probably true.

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But he used the word "safest,"

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Inferring that the Taliban have more

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Than one place they hide out.

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Where else might the Taliban be hiding?

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Nowhere.

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Oh, well, your shoulder begs to differ.

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Man: all call signs, stand by for go.

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He's lying.

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Yeah, he's sending
you to the wrong location.

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He's...lying.

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Man on radio: Charlie
one, over target area now.

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You're sure he's lying? yeah.

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No. well, 70%.

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Yeah, at best, he's
sending you to an empty compound;

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At worst, it's an
ambush, right? sit down.

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70%? it's not an exact science.

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If it was, you'd have bin
laden by now, wouldn't you, huh?

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Abort.

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00:12:31,167 --> 00:12:33,000
Do it, mo. now.

260
00:12:33,067 --> 00:12:35,834
Abort. say again, abort the mission.

261
00:12:35,901 --> 00:12:38,534
You better be right, Dr. Lightman.

262
00:12:40,667 --> 00:12:42,467
Yeah.

263
00:12:46,533 --> 00:12:49,101
Parks: Forget it.
No way in hell.

264
00:12:49,167 --> 00:12:51,667
Look, I get that you're a scientist,

265
00:12:51,734 --> 00:12:53,600
But this is no place for experiments.

266
00:12:53,667 --> 00:12:56,633
Look, this guy, he's
definitely hiding something.

267
00:12:56,700 --> 00:12:58,101
Whatever it is, it's buried it deep.

268
00:12:58,167 --> 00:13:00,101
And there's a connection
to your government somewhere.

269
00:13:00,167 --> 00:13:01,800
I'm telling you, you gotta let me

270
00:13:01,867 --> 00:13:03,301
Dig it out of him.

271
00:13:03,368 --> 00:13:05,034
You mean to tell me this
maggot's some sort of spy for us?

272
00:13:05,101 --> 00:13:07,267
Yeah. CIA, or related.

273
00:13:07,334 --> 00:13:09,600
And either he's protecting

274
00:13:09,667 --> 00:13:11,368
Some long-term deep cover operation,

275
00:13:11,434 --> 00:13:12,867
Or he's just been out here too long

276
00:13:12,934 --> 00:13:14,900
And he's flipped to the other side.

277
00:13:14,967 --> 00:13:16,500
Those are just theories, doc.

278
00:13:16,567 --> 00:13:17,967
Look, you already
proved smarter than that

279
00:13:18,034 --> 00:13:19,267
When you axed plan "a."

280
00:13:19,334 --> 00:13:21,101
Don't give up on me now, pal,

281
00:13:21,167 --> 00:13:22,468
Or I'm on the first
donkey out of here, all right?

282
00:13:22,533 --> 00:13:24,201
Whatever he is, whoever he is,

283
00:13:24,267 --> 00:13:25,700
I don't care.

284
00:13:25,767 --> 00:13:27,034
I need accurate intel from him,

285
00:13:27,101 --> 00:13:28,134
And I need it yesterday.

286
00:13:28,201 --> 00:13:31,567
Yeah, yeah. no, you're right.

287
00:13:31,633 --> 00:13:32,967
Sod the science. give me a weapon.

288
00:13:33,034 --> 00:13:34,633
Well, at least I'll get home in time

289
00:13:34,700 --> 00:13:36,234
For my daughter's christmas party.

290
00:13:36,301 --> 00:13:38,434
I'm serious. weapon please.

291
00:13:41,533 --> 00:13:43,401
Mr. Komisky?

292
00:13:43,468 --> 00:13:45,567
Please. ed.

293
00:13:45,633 --> 00:13:47,201
State department? pentagon?

294
00:13:47,267 --> 00:13:48,633
Defense.

295
00:13:48,700 --> 00:13:50,734
Special deputy operations and plans.

296
00:13:50,800 --> 00:13:53,934
I'll be observing Dr.
Lightman's progress with the prisoner.

297
00:13:54,001 --> 00:13:57,567
Top secret news sure
does spread fast in this town.

298
00:13:57,633 --> 00:13:59,267
Ha ha! welcome.

299
00:13:59,334 --> 00:14:01,267
Cute. this way.

300
00:14:09,767 --> 00:14:11,001
Rah!

301
00:14:12,934 --> 00:14:16,034
All right.

302
00:14:16,101 --> 00:14:17,600
Well, he's ready for battle,

303
00:14:17,667 --> 00:14:21,401
And he's smart enough to know
when to live to fight another day.

304
00:14:21,468 --> 00:14:25,900
So he's a warrior. he's not a martyr.

305
00:14:25,967 --> 00:14:27,734
These are 3 of the
boys you tried to lead

306
00:14:27,800 --> 00:14:29,434
To the wrong Taliban compound.

307
00:14:29,500 --> 00:14:33,533
What was it? eh?

308
00:14:33,600 --> 00:14:36,434
Was it an ambush?

309
00:14:36,500 --> 00:14:38,434
Was it an empty compound?

310
00:14:38,500 --> 00:14:39,533
Oh, empty compound.

311
00:14:39,600 --> 00:14:42,267
Well, that's something, I suppose.
Eh, lads?

312
00:14:43,167 --> 00:14:44,500
Hey!

313
00:14:44,567 --> 00:14:46,067
We keep hearing this story

314
00:14:46,134 --> 00:14:49,001
About you being a
CIA agent who got boned.

315
00:14:49,067 --> 00:14:50,434
That you got sent out here years ago,

316
00:14:50,500 --> 00:14:53,267
Left for dead. is that right?

317
00:14:53,334 --> 00:14:55,001
If I don't get home to texas, boy,

318
00:14:55,067 --> 00:14:56,900
My wife is gonna take my daughter

319
00:14:56,967 --> 00:14:58,067
And move back to michigan.

320
00:14:58,134 --> 00:14:59,734
Look, this is my last tour.

321
00:14:59,800 --> 00:15:01,234
After this, I'm done.

322
00:15:01,301 --> 00:15:03,267
Is it true you got boned by the CIA?

323
00:15:03,334 --> 00:15:05,067
Still don't understand what you did.

324
00:15:05,134 --> 00:15:06,401
What'd I do?

325
00:15:06,468 --> 00:15:09,034
You went over to the enemy, you punk.

326
00:15:11,401 --> 00:15:13,468
Attempt at anger.

327
00:15:19,600 --> 00:15:20,800
No, wait, wait.

328
00:15:20,867 --> 00:15:23,134
Now, I get it. I see your shame.

329
00:15:23,201 --> 00:15:24,633
I see it.

330
00:15:24,700 --> 00:15:27,633
All right, it was
either join them or die.

331
00:15:27,700 --> 00:15:29,900
I mean, these 3, they
might not do what you did,

332
00:15:29,967 --> 00:15:31,500
But I might.

333
00:15:31,567 --> 00:15:32,967
I mean, I'm a natural born coward, me.

334
00:15:33,034 --> 00:15:35,001
My blood runs as
yellow as the next man's.

335
00:15:35,067 --> 00:15:36,234
Lightman just called him a coward.

336
00:15:36,301 --> 00:15:39,401
How is this helping
get our marines back exactly?

337
00:15:39,468 --> 00:15:40,468
Well, Lightman just called him a coward

338
00:15:40,533 --> 00:15:42,201
Because he's about to present him

339
00:15:42,267 --> 00:15:43,334
With an opportunity for redemption.

340
00:15:43,401 --> 00:15:45,167
Watch.

341
00:15:45,234 --> 00:15:47,934
But what you've got
in common with these guys

342
00:15:48,001 --> 00:15:50,101
Is that it's all about
living to fight tomorrow,

343
00:15:50,167 --> 00:15:52,434
Right, in the hope that someday soon

344
00:15:52,500 --> 00:15:54,900
You get to go home.

345
00:15:56,167 --> 00:16:00,700
If that's not on the cards,

346
00:16:00,767 --> 00:16:05,500
Then all that remains
is the last fight you fight.

347
00:16:05,567 --> 00:16:08,800
And then the question becomes...

348
00:16:08,867 --> 00:16:11,034
Which side of the fight are you on?

349
00:16:13,234 --> 00:16:14,201
He's thinking about it.

350
00:16:14,267 --> 00:16:17,468
Oh, god. I'm--crap. I'm so sorry.

351
00:16:17,533 --> 00:16:20,034
Uh, here, let's--
quick, before it stains.

352
00:16:20,101 --> 00:16:22,934
There is another hideout in the area.

353
00:16:23,001 --> 00:16:24,934
But first, I have...

354
00:16:25,001 --> 00:16:26,301
First you have what?

355
00:16:26,368 --> 00:16:27,934
A condition.

356
00:16:28,001 --> 00:16:29,368
It's a very common power play

357
00:16:29,434 --> 00:16:31,001
For someone who
feels backed into a corner

358
00:16:31,067 --> 00:16:33,500
With nothing to lose or gain.

359
00:16:33,567 --> 00:16:36,201
You have a what? what do you got?

360
00:16:36,267 --> 00:16:39,034
Every time you ask me a question,

361
00:16:39,101 --> 00:16:40,900
I get to ask you a question.

362
00:16:40,967 --> 00:16:42,700
The truth buys you the truth.

363
00:16:42,767 --> 00:16:44,434
You lie, I lie.

364
00:16:44,500 --> 00:16:47,800
All right.

365
00:16:47,867 --> 00:16:50,401
But first, you show me on the map

366
00:16:50,468 --> 00:16:52,600
Where the Taliban are
holding these two marines.

367
00:16:52,667 --> 00:16:54,867
All right?

368
00:17:06,834 --> 00:17:12,101
Ok, here. there's two caves

369
00:17:12,167 --> 00:17:14,667
With a tunnel that connects them.

370
00:17:14,734 --> 00:17:16,800
It's been there for over 200 years.

371
00:17:16,867 --> 00:17:20,034
Why didn't you tell us
about this place to start with?

372
00:17:20,101 --> 00:17:23,267
No. he's been with the Taliban too long.

373
00:17:23,334 --> 00:17:25,201
You're still the bloody enemy.

374
00:17:25,267 --> 00:17:26,401
Me, on the other hand--

375
00:17:26,468 --> 00:17:28,734
I'm all that's between you two.

376
00:17:31,101 --> 00:17:32,867
I'm really sorry about this.

377
00:17:32,934 --> 00:17:34,201
I needed an excuse to talk to you

378
00:17:34,267 --> 00:17:35,368
Away from Komisky.

379
00:17:35,434 --> 00:17:36,700
We need to figure out some signals

380
00:17:36,767 --> 00:17:38,633
Or this is gonna get expensive.

381
00:17:38,700 --> 00:17:40,201
Komisky's no stranger to Franko.

382
00:17:40,267 --> 00:17:41,533
Yeah. you saw that, too?

383
00:17:41,600 --> 00:17:42,767
Another thing I saw--

384
00:17:42,834 --> 00:17:44,368
He's careful to keep
himself off the sat-link cameras,

385
00:17:44,434 --> 00:17:45,700
Hidden from Lightman and Franko.

386
00:17:45,767 --> 00:17:49,134
Have you heard from my
dad in the last 24 hours?

387
00:17:49,201 --> 00:17:51,800
Yeah. yeah. why?

388
00:17:51,867 --> 00:17:54,468
Well, he always Calls to
check in when he's out of town,

389
00:17:54,533 --> 00:17:55,734
And he hasn't this time.

390
00:17:55,800 --> 00:17:57,468
His phone goes straight to voicemail.

391
00:17:57,533 --> 00:17:59,533
Sweetheart, he's
really swamped right now,

392
00:17:59,600 --> 00:18:01,767
And he'll call as soon as he can.

393
00:18:01,834 --> 00:18:03,734
Hey guys, we're minutes away from...

394
00:18:03,800 --> 00:18:06,301
Hi, em, how's the party coming?

395
00:18:06,368 --> 00:18:08,334
Well, what are they minutes away from?

396
00:18:08,401 --> 00:18:09,767
Minutes away from what?

397
00:18:09,834 --> 00:18:11,834
He will be back before you know it, ok?

398
00:18:11,900 --> 00:18:15,500
I gotta go, em, all
right? we'll talk later.

399
00:18:22,500 --> 00:18:24,067
Yeah, yeah. that's it.

400
00:18:24,134 --> 00:18:25,267
That's the cave.

401
00:18:25,334 --> 00:18:27,167
Bloody better be.

402
00:18:27,234 --> 00:18:28,500
Tell me.

403
00:18:28,567 --> 00:18:29,734
Am I ever gonna get home?

404
00:18:29,800 --> 00:18:31,700
We don't have time for this game.

405
00:18:31,767 --> 00:18:34,334
It's not a game. it's a test of trust.

406
00:18:34,401 --> 00:18:35,934
Right?

407
00:18:36,001 --> 00:18:36,967
Well, if you ever do get home,

408
00:18:37,034 --> 00:18:38,700
You're pretty much screwed.

409
00:18:38,767 --> 00:18:42,401
It's the right cave. I'm 100% certain.

410
00:18:45,301 --> 00:18:47,900
Charlie one, target
confirmed. move, move.

411
00:18:47,967 --> 00:18:49,934
Man, over radio: Charlie one, copy, out.

412
00:18:50,001 --> 00:18:52,034
Stand by...

413
00:18:52,934 --> 00:18:55,301
Contact! contact!

414
00:18:55,368 --> 00:18:57,667
[gunfire]

415
00:19:00,267 --> 00:19:02,600
Man, over radio: man down! man down!

416
00:19:02,667 --> 00:19:04,201
Casualty--Charlie three.

417
00:19:04,267 --> 00:19:07,600
You and your science just let
this bastard lead us into an ambush.

418
00:19:07,667 --> 00:19:10,767
Man, over radio: man down! man down!

419
00:19:10,834 --> 00:19:12,900
[indistinct]

420
00:19:16,934 --> 00:19:19,667
Hey! no! back off!

421
00:19:21,468 --> 00:19:23,101
All right. hey.

422
00:19:23,167 --> 00:19:24,567
What did he just say to
you? what did he say to you?

423
00:19:24,633 --> 00:19:26,800
He said, "kill me
now, it would be an honor."

424
00:19:26,867 --> 00:19:28,834
You meant it, didn't you?

425
00:19:28,900 --> 00:19:30,334
Who are you now? huh? who are you?

426
00:19:30,401 --> 00:19:32,234
My Taliban name is khaled. yeah?

427
00:19:32,301 --> 00:19:34,234
My name is mo--short for mohammed.

428
00:19:34,301 --> 00:19:36,034
Man, over radio: zero,
Charlie one, Charlie three's hit bad.

429
00:19:36,101 --> 00:19:37,334
Wait. out.

430
00:19:37,401 --> 00:19:39,234
Oh!

431
00:19:39,301 --> 00:19:41,533
Did you or did you not
send my men into an ambush?

432
00:19:41,600 --> 00:19:42,767
I did not!

433
00:19:42,834 --> 00:19:44,900
I told you it was a Taliban hideout.

434
00:19:44,967 --> 00:19:47,067
Did you expect it to be guarded?

435
00:19:49,201 --> 00:19:51,567
Maybe you underestimate your enemy.

436
00:19:51,633 --> 00:19:52,500
No, wait! no, wait!

437
00:19:52,567 --> 00:19:55,101
Hey, he's telling the truth.

438
00:19:55,167 --> 00:20:00,334
No, he was as shocked
as you are by what happened.

439
00:20:00,401 --> 00:20:03,301
And you're not going to
kill an unarmed man in cold blood

440
00:20:03,368 --> 00:20:05,101
Just out of sheer
frustration, so knock it off.

441
00:20:05,167 --> 00:20:07,468
All right?

442
00:20:11,468 --> 00:20:14,134
You know that man?

443
00:20:14,201 --> 00:20:15,500
You know that man?

444
00:20:15,567 --> 00:20:16,800
I've never seen him before.

445
00:20:16,867 --> 00:20:17,834
Do you know that man?

446
00:20:17,900 --> 00:20:19,800
I've never seen him before.

447
00:20:21,134 --> 00:20:23,334
Foster? foster, who you got in there?

448
00:20:23,401 --> 00:20:26,867
Ed Komisky, defense department.

449
00:20:26,934 --> 00:20:29,267
Hi, ed. I see
you've met my friend Franko,

450
00:20:29,334 --> 00:20:30,800
Oh, a little bit ago.

451
00:20:30,867 --> 00:20:32,067
There you go.

452
00:20:32,134 --> 00:20:33,633
[indistinct]

453
00:20:37,434 --> 00:20:40,934
Is he one of the ones who sent you here?

454
00:20:41,001 --> 00:20:42,934
Hey?

455
00:20:43,001 --> 00:20:47,101
Is he the one that sent you here?

456
00:20:48,334 --> 00:20:49,934
What did he tell
you? what did he tell you?

457
00:20:50,001 --> 00:20:51,201
Did he tell you
you were gonna be a hero?

458
00:20:51,267 --> 00:20:52,700
Did he tell you you
were gonna be a patriot?

459
00:20:52,767 --> 00:20:55,600
Is that... what then, eh? then what?

460
00:20:55,667 --> 00:20:58,500
Oh, that's between you and him?

461
00:20:58,567 --> 00:21:01,301
Well, I'll be very happy to
set up that face-to-face meeting,

462
00:21:01,368 --> 00:21:03,468
But right now, we've
got some mess to clear up,

463
00:21:03,533 --> 00:21:05,334
All right? move. move.

464
00:21:05,401 --> 00:21:06,567
Kill the feed.

465
00:21:06,633 --> 00:21:07,600
Kill the feed!

466
00:21:07,667 --> 00:21:09,167
Komisky: what, he's shutting us out?

467
00:21:09,234 --> 00:21:10,700
Get him on the sat-phone.

468
00:21:10,767 --> 00:21:13,001
Order him to give us eyes back.

469
00:21:13,067 --> 00:21:14,934
Yeah, if you think
Cal Lightman is gonna jump

470
00:21:15,001 --> 00:21:16,600
Just because you
bark, you don't know the man.

471
00:21:16,667 --> 00:21:18,267
Trust me.

472
00:21:18,334 --> 00:21:20,368
Call me if he comes back online.

473
00:21:20,434 --> 00:21:22,468
You know Franko, don't you?

474
00:21:22,533 --> 00:21:24,667
The only reason I'm here

475
00:21:24,734 --> 00:21:26,401
Is because I want
to see those two marines

476
00:21:26,468 --> 00:21:27,734
Returned home alive.

477
00:21:27,800 --> 00:21:29,101
Us, too.

478
00:21:30,567 --> 00:21:33,167
Look at you, huh? look at you.

479
00:21:33,234 --> 00:21:36,001
A minute ago, you
said you were willing to die

480
00:21:36,067 --> 00:21:38,567
At this man's
hand, it would be an honor.

481
00:21:38,633 --> 00:21:39,500
Now look at you.

482
00:21:39,567 --> 00:21:41,401
You'd anything you can to get home

483
00:21:41,468 --> 00:21:44,201
Just because of what
you saw on that sat-link.

484
00:21:44,267 --> 00:21:46,167
Man, over radio:
zero, Charlie one, over.

485
00:21:46,234 --> 00:21:48,234
Casualty, Charlie three.

486
00:21:48,301 --> 00:21:49,500
Chest wound.

487
00:21:49,567 --> 00:21:51,767
Stand by air support and casevac.

488
00:21:51,834 --> 00:21:53,734
Stand by for coordinates.

489
00:21:53,800 --> 00:21:55,867
If he calls in an air strike, right,

490
00:21:55,934 --> 00:21:57,834
In a matter of minutes, a
lot of people are gonna die.

491
00:21:57,900 --> 00:21:59,468
Doesn't matter what side you're on.

492
00:21:59,533 --> 00:22:01,301
When I got here,

493
00:22:01,368 --> 00:22:05,201
You thought I was
here to help you, didn't you?

494
00:22:05,267 --> 00:22:06,967
Didn't you?

495
00:22:07,034 --> 00:22:08,700
There's another way in.

496
00:22:08,767 --> 00:22:10,867
Where?

497
00:22:10,934 --> 00:22:12,067
When did you get hooked, Dr. Lightman?

498
00:22:12,134 --> 00:22:14,368
Let's go! let's go! hurry the hell up.

499
00:22:14,434 --> 00:22:16,134
What? what?

500
00:22:16,201 --> 00:22:18,034
On war. on this.

501
00:22:18,101 --> 00:22:19,167
You get high on being
in the middle of it all.

502
00:22:19,234 --> 00:22:20,167
Don't you?

503
00:22:20,234 --> 00:22:21,567
Don't you? I can see it in your face.

504
00:22:21,633 --> 00:22:22,934
Why are you-- why are you doing this?

505
00:22:23,001 --> 00:22:24,001
Ok, you know what?

506
00:22:24,067 --> 00:22:25,734
There is no other way in. they're dead.

507
00:22:25,800 --> 00:22:29,301
Look, I told you, you lie, I lie.

508
00:22:31,134 --> 00:22:33,201
All right, bosnia, 1994.

509
00:22:33,267 --> 00:22:34,734
I didn't see direct action,

510
00:22:34,800 --> 00:22:39,800
But I was this close to it.

511
00:22:39,867 --> 00:22:43,234
You get lucky just one
time. you survive, right?

512
00:22:43,301 --> 00:22:45,334
It's the rush. there's no--

513
00:22:45,401 --> 00:22:46,700
There's nothing like it.

514
00:22:46,767 --> 00:22:48,234
It's delusions of immortality.

515
00:22:48,301 --> 00:22:49,667
Right? right?

516
00:22:49,734 --> 00:22:51,834
You're enjoying this.

517
00:22:51,900 --> 00:22:57,434
No, no. no, no. now. now it's your turn.

518
00:22:57,500 --> 00:23:00,934
You owe me the
other tunnel to that cave.

519
00:23:01,001 --> 00:23:02,034
Tell them to go left--

520
00:23:02,101 --> 00:23:04,867
No. you tell 'em. you tell 'em.

521
00:23:04,934 --> 00:23:06,267
You tell him! you tell him!

522
00:23:06,334 --> 00:23:07,934
Tell them to go
left about a hundred yards.

523
00:23:08,001 --> 00:23:11,334
There's a rock with an arch in it.

524
00:23:11,401 --> 00:23:13,201
This doesn't work, he's done.

525
00:23:13,267 --> 00:23:15,234
Yeah, well, so am I.

526
00:23:16,767 --> 00:23:18,134
Man: Charlie call signs...

527
00:23:18,201 --> 00:23:22,134
This isn't just a test of trust, is it?

528
00:23:22,201 --> 00:23:23,134
Right.

529
00:23:23,201 --> 00:23:24,567
You're playing this game

530
00:23:24,633 --> 00:23:25,667
Because you think that
if this mission goes south,

531
00:23:25,734 --> 00:23:27,734
Then you're not the only one to blame.

532
00:23:27,800 --> 00:23:30,567
But if it succeeds,

533
00:23:30,633 --> 00:23:35,600
I'm gonna become
your brother in arms, right?

534
00:23:35,667 --> 00:23:37,167
I'm gonna be more likely to help you

535
00:23:37,234 --> 00:23:39,900
Somewhere down the road, right?

536
00:23:41,967 --> 00:23:44,134
Don't hold your breath.

537
00:23:45,734 --> 00:23:51,667
Ms. lenox, what do
you know about Ed Komisky?

538
00:23:51,734 --> 00:23:53,001
Mr. Komisky is a hangover

539
00:23:53,067 --> 00:23:54,667
From previous administrations.

540
00:23:54,734 --> 00:23:56,734
Man's more like a pentagon ghost.

541
00:23:56,800 --> 00:23:58,201
We're beginning to
think that he was involved

542
00:23:58,267 --> 00:23:59,533
In some sort of operation

543
00:23:59,600 --> 00:24:01,533
Which abandoned this
man Franko in Afghanistan.

544
00:24:01,600 --> 00:24:02,700
Are you aware of any such operations?

545
00:24:02,767 --> 00:24:03,700
No.

546
00:24:03,767 --> 00:24:06,001
You don't want to think about it?

547
00:24:06,067 --> 00:24:07,767
I know of no
operations involving Franko.

548
00:24:07,834 --> 00:24:08,967
No records exist of CIA

549
00:24:09,034 --> 00:24:11,034
Or any other agency's involvement.

550
00:24:11,101 --> 00:24:12,700
But he could be an agency asset

551
00:24:12,767 --> 00:24:14,667
That you have never heard about?

552
00:24:14,734 --> 00:24:15,767
No. I understand what you're asking.

553
00:24:15,834 --> 00:24:17,700
But I'm not sure I can get

554
00:24:17,767 --> 00:24:19,101
Any answers quicker than you can.

555
00:24:19,167 --> 00:24:20,533
Franko's aunt.

556
00:24:20,600 --> 00:24:22,267
I need her here as soon as possible.

557
00:24:22,334 --> 00:24:23,468
Can you do that?

558
00:24:23,533 --> 00:24:24,867
Hey, Lightman's back on line.

559
00:24:24,934 --> 00:24:26,368
He needs our eyes and
ears for this next part.

560
00:24:26,434 --> 00:24:27,533
We never had--

561
00:24:27,600 --> 00:24:29,900
Never had this conversation. I got it.

562
00:24:34,468 --> 00:24:36,167
If I help get these marines out,

563
00:24:36,234 --> 00:24:37,401
I want my story told.

564
00:24:37,468 --> 00:24:39,134
That's above my
pay grade, pal. dream on.

565
00:24:39,201 --> 00:24:40,700
It's right at my pay grade,

566
00:24:40,767 --> 00:24:42,468
If your story's true.

567
00:24:42,533 --> 00:24:44,267
Well, that's the
back entrance into the cave.

568
00:24:44,334 --> 00:24:46,301
They're gonna hit a tunnel.

569
00:24:46,368 --> 00:24:49,267
And they can go one of two directions.

570
00:24:51,034 --> 00:24:53,667
Left? left is bad.

571
00:24:53,734 --> 00:24:55,167
Charlie one, move right, over.

572
00:24:55,234 --> 00:24:56,167
No, no, no! wait, wait, wait!

573
00:24:56,234 --> 00:24:57,267
Wait a second!

574
00:24:57,334 --> 00:24:58,434
If this is a back way into the cave,

575
00:24:58,500 --> 00:24:59,633
It's also a back way out.

576
00:24:59,700 --> 00:25:01,034
We mount a frontal assault.

577
00:25:01,101 --> 00:25:02,734
That way they'll try
and haul ass out the back way

578
00:25:02,800 --> 00:25:04,334
With the prisoners.

579
00:25:04,401 --> 00:25:06,800
That's what I'd do.

580
00:25:06,867 --> 00:25:08,967
How about you, eh?

581
00:25:09,034 --> 00:25:10,034
[gunfire]

582
00:25:10,101 --> 00:25:11,167
Hold, positions, Charlie one,

583
00:25:11,234 --> 00:25:12,533
Hold positions. set evac charges.

584
00:25:12,600 --> 00:25:15,101
Stand by for enemy, over.

585
00:25:15,167 --> 00:25:16,533
That's not florida.

586
00:25:16,600 --> 00:25:18,334
Emily... how did you get in here?

587
00:25:18,401 --> 00:25:19,533
You lied to me.

588
00:25:19,600 --> 00:25:20,533
He lied to me.

589
00:25:20,600 --> 00:25:21,667
Charlie one, hold positions.

590
00:25:21,734 --> 00:25:22,900
Set evac charge.

591
00:25:22,967 --> 00:25:24,533
Stand by for enemy. over.

592
00:25:24,600 --> 00:25:25,767
Em!

593
00:25:33,468 --> 00:25:34,934
Dad?

594
00:25:35,001 --> 00:25:36,667
Emily.

595
00:25:36,734 --> 00:25:37,700
Dad?

596
00:25:37,767 --> 00:25:39,767
[gunfire]

597
00:25:41,900 --> 00:25:43,600
Dad!

598
00:25:46,968 --> 00:25:48,234
did he just get...

599
00:25:48,300 --> 00:25:51,501
No, no, no, he didn't.

600
00:25:55,133 --> 00:25:57,601
Man, over radio: Charlie one,
move to alternate cave entrance.

601
00:25:57,667 --> 00:25:59,701
Complete.

602
00:25:59,767 --> 00:26:02,234
Charlie three,
Charlie three, zero alpha, over!

603
00:26:02,300 --> 00:26:04,200
How'd the Taliban find us?

604
00:26:04,267 --> 00:26:05,934
They got his radio when he was hit.

605
00:26:06,000 --> 00:26:07,934
They used it for
directions to find us here.

606
00:26:08,000 --> 00:26:09,901
Fire support, confirm position.

607
00:26:11,767 --> 00:26:13,934
Moving through tunnel now.

608
00:26:14,000 --> 00:26:18,067
Going firm at tunnel intersection.

609
00:26:18,133 --> 00:26:19,434
[gunfire]

610
00:26:19,501 --> 00:26:22,234
Contact! contact!

611
00:26:22,300 --> 00:26:24,300
Marine prisoners and Taliban!

612
00:26:24,367 --> 00:26:25,734
3 Taliban dead.

613
00:26:25,801 --> 00:26:26,968
Zero, this is alpha whiskey.

614
00:26:27,033 --> 00:26:28,300
Evac complete.

615
00:26:28,367 --> 00:26:30,367
We have the two
marines and rescue team complete.

616
00:26:30,434 --> 00:26:31,601
Setting evac charges now. over.

617
00:26:31,667 --> 00:26:32,968
Copy that.

618
00:26:33,033 --> 00:26:35,901
Alpha whiskey one standing
by waiting for your signal. over.

619
00:26:35,968 --> 00:26:37,400
[explosion]

620
00:26:37,467 --> 00:26:40,734
Need medic on board
with all his toys. over.

621
00:26:40,801 --> 00:26:42,701
[explosion]

622
00:26:44,567 --> 00:26:47,133
It's a direct hit.

623
00:26:47,200 --> 00:26:49,400
The radios are dead for good.

624
00:26:49,467 --> 00:26:51,133
They're out there on their own now.

625
00:26:51,200 --> 00:26:52,834
Wait. what about us?

626
00:26:52,901 --> 00:26:54,934
You got any contingencies?

627
00:26:55,000 --> 00:26:57,801
In the event of loss of comms

628
00:26:57,868 --> 00:26:59,567
During contact with the enemy,

629
00:26:59,634 --> 00:27:01,300
We have 20 minutes
to haul ass out of here.

630
00:27:01,367 --> 00:27:02,567
What happens in 20 minutes?

631
00:27:02,634 --> 00:27:05,167
Smart bombs turn this
place into a parking lot.

632
00:27:05,234 --> 00:27:06,300
And everything in it.

633
00:27:06,367 --> 00:27:07,567
So the only way that
you can get out of here

634
00:27:07,634 --> 00:27:09,367
Is if you lure the
enemy into the kill zone,

635
00:27:09,434 --> 00:27:10,968
Which happens to be... right?

636
00:27:11,033 --> 00:27:12,100
Copy that.

637
00:27:12,167 --> 00:27:13,267
Oh, thank you very much.

638
00:27:13,334 --> 00:27:14,667
All right, you wait here.

639
00:27:14,734 --> 00:27:17,133
If I'm not back in 18 minutes,

640
00:27:17,200 --> 00:27:18,934
You leave by that door.

641
00:27:19,000 --> 00:27:21,634
You know how to use that?

642
00:27:23,200 --> 00:27:25,200
[explosion]

643
00:27:27,567 --> 00:27:29,300
Not bad for a scientist.

644
00:27:29,367 --> 00:27:31,200
I've had my moments.

645
00:27:36,534 --> 00:27:37,834
Terrific.

646
00:27:37,901 --> 00:27:39,534
We've got 17 minutes.

647
00:27:39,601 --> 00:27:42,467
You want to tell me about your moments?

648
00:27:42,534 --> 00:27:45,567
That game's over now. yeah, I mean...

649
00:27:45,634 --> 00:27:48,133
Besides, you're the one
who wants his story told, so...

650
00:27:48,200 --> 00:27:49,834
How badly you want to hear it?

651
00:27:49,901 --> 00:27:51,901
[explosion]

652
00:27:52,801 --> 00:27:54,334
All right, well,

653
00:27:54,400 --> 00:27:56,267
The answer's probably gonna
stay in this room anyway. go on.

654
00:27:56,334 --> 00:27:57,834
Ask your question.

655
00:27:57,901 --> 00:27:59,267
What did you do in bosnia?

656
00:27:59,334 --> 00:28:00,601
Intelligence.

657
00:28:00,667 --> 00:28:03,267
You seem like you don't
want to really talk about it.

658
00:28:03,334 --> 00:28:04,934
Why is that?

659
00:28:05,000 --> 00:28:06,167
Well, the past is the past, right?

660
00:28:06,234 --> 00:28:07,734
I can relate to that.

661
00:28:07,801 --> 00:28:10,267
I know that you're
trying to get some common ground

662
00:28:10,334 --> 00:28:12,801
Between us, all right, khaled,

663
00:28:12,868 --> 00:28:15,767
But I didn't betray my country.

664
00:28:15,834 --> 00:28:18,100
You betrayed something.

665
00:28:18,167 --> 00:28:19,767
Yeah, I betrayed myself. how about you?

666
00:28:19,834 --> 00:28:21,968
[explosion]

667
00:28:22,033 --> 00:28:24,100
Mr. Komisky, a moment of your time?

668
00:28:24,167 --> 00:28:26,000
You too, torres.

669
00:28:27,601 --> 00:28:30,901
My real name is specialist Glen Welsh.

670
00:28:33,000 --> 00:28:35,501
What branch of the military were you in?

671
00:28:35,567 --> 00:28:40,467
Uh, back to bosnia, your betrayal.

672
00:28:40,534 --> 00:28:41,634
All right.

673
00:28:41,701 --> 00:28:45,834
Sarajevo. '94.

674
00:28:45,901 --> 00:28:48,868
Right, we were
interrogating a serb officer

675
00:28:48,934 --> 00:28:50,067
About his sniper positions.

676
00:28:50,133 --> 00:28:51,300
We?

677
00:28:51,367 --> 00:28:53,868
Yeah. mi6, british intelligence.

678
00:28:53,934 --> 00:28:55,901
And I didn't believe him,

679
00:28:55,968 --> 00:28:57,567
So we changed his clothes

680
00:28:57,634 --> 00:29:00,300
And chocked him out into sniper alley.

681
00:29:00,367 --> 00:29:02,033
He lasted 4 seconds,

682
00:29:02,100 --> 00:29:05,300
Got about 18 feet-ish.

683
00:29:05,367 --> 00:29:07,000
His information was accurate.

684
00:29:07,067 --> 00:29:09,267
But he was the enemy, right?

685
00:29:09,334 --> 00:29:10,601
[gunfire]

686
00:29:10,667 --> 00:29:13,300
I'm a scientist. I'm not an executioner.

687
00:29:13,367 --> 00:29:15,601
War got the better of you, too.

688
00:29:15,667 --> 00:29:17,067
Yeah, yeah, yeah. now your turn.

689
00:29:17,133 --> 00:29:20,834
I was aiming for special ops.

690
00:29:20,901 --> 00:29:23,934
Before I got there, '99,

691
00:29:24,000 --> 00:29:25,501
I got in a bar fight.

692
00:29:25,567 --> 00:29:27,434
They threw me in
the brig for three years.

693
00:29:27,501 --> 00:29:28,667
Manslaughter.

694
00:29:28,734 --> 00:29:30,968
I could tell you my drinks were spiked,

695
00:29:31,033 --> 00:29:32,267
But what would you care, right?

696
00:29:32,334 --> 00:29:33,767
Right.

697
00:29:33,834 --> 00:29:37,300
Two years later, and
this is right after 9/11,

698
00:29:37,367 --> 00:29:41,734
I got jumped in the brig
and was thrown in the hospital.

699
00:29:41,801 --> 00:29:43,300
Somebody had knifed me in my back.

700
00:29:43,367 --> 00:29:45,567
That's when they offered me a way out.

701
00:29:45,634 --> 00:29:48,400
That man you saw on the sat-link.

702
00:29:48,467 --> 00:29:49,634
Yeah?

703
00:29:49,701 --> 00:29:51,801
[explosion and gunfire]

704
00:29:52,767 --> 00:29:53,667
Ms. Perriman.

705
00:29:53,734 --> 00:29:56,067
Franko's aunt Wendy?

706
00:29:56,133 --> 00:29:59,434
Franko? is he alive?

707
00:29:59,501 --> 00:30:01,167
Where is he?

708
00:30:08,300 --> 00:30:11,601
And they moved you
straight from the brig hospital

709
00:30:11,667 --> 00:30:13,267
To a training facility, right?

710
00:30:13,334 --> 00:30:14,634
Uh-huh. where?

711
00:30:14,701 --> 00:30:16,267
Somewhere out
west. I don't know exactly.

712
00:30:16,334 --> 00:30:18,334
They didn't tell me-- you know,

713
00:30:18,400 --> 00:30:20,300
It looked a lot like this hell hole.

714
00:30:20,367 --> 00:30:21,567
All right, and they
trained you to do what?

715
00:30:21,634 --> 00:30:23,534
[explosion]

716
00:30:23,601 --> 00:30:25,300
They taught me pashto.

717
00:30:25,367 --> 00:30:27,000
They--they put me through

718
00:30:27,067 --> 00:30:29,000
Their own brand of special ops training.

719
00:30:29,067 --> 00:30:31,834
And then they dropped me in
the middle of Taliban territory,

720
00:30:31,901 --> 00:30:34,701
Posing as an aid
worker with shia sympathies.

721
00:30:34,767 --> 00:30:37,767
You know, they said
they were gonna be watching me,

722
00:30:37,834 --> 00:30:39,434
That they'd have my back

723
00:30:39,501 --> 00:30:41,801
And that they'd pull me
out when the time was right.

724
00:30:41,868 --> 00:30:43,200
All right, but they didn't.

725
00:30:43,267 --> 00:30:44,200
They never came back for you, right?

726
00:30:44,267 --> 00:30:45,701
Yeah.

727
00:30:45,767 --> 00:30:47,534
They betrayed you, right, so
you went over to the other side.

728
00:30:47,601 --> 00:30:49,767
Is that it?

729
00:30:49,834 --> 00:30:51,901
Did you ever kill any american troops?

730
00:30:51,968 --> 00:30:53,534
No.

731
00:30:53,601 --> 00:30:55,968
That's a bloody lie.

732
00:30:56,033 --> 00:30:58,400
No. no. look.

733
00:30:58,467 --> 00:31:03,534
Look, look, you try
to shoot over their heads,

734
00:31:03,601 --> 00:31:08,033
But those bastards,
they just keep shooting back.

735
00:31:09,801 --> 00:31:13,400
What? what? what are you doing?

736
00:31:15,067 --> 00:31:19,267
Ah! aah!

737
00:31:19,334 --> 00:31:21,667
Hold still! hold still!

738
00:31:21,734 --> 00:31:23,033
[gunfire]

739
00:31:26,000 --> 00:31:27,467
How did the people that put you here,

740
00:31:27,534 --> 00:31:28,667
How did they know how to find you?

741
00:31:28,734 --> 00:31:30,234
How were they tracking you? eh?

742
00:31:30,300 --> 00:31:32,467
I think I know. I think I know.

743
00:31:34,234 --> 00:31:35,734
Hold still! if I'm right,

744
00:31:35,801 --> 00:31:37,834
This is gonna prove your story's real.

745
00:31:37,901 --> 00:31:41,033
What the hell are you doing, Lightman?

746
00:31:41,100 --> 00:31:43,267
All of you, you have
to help me hold him still!

747
00:31:43,334 --> 00:31:44,467
Hold him still!

748
00:31:44,534 --> 00:31:46,434
Hey, we gotta go! we gotta go right now!

749
00:31:46,501 --> 00:31:47,667
Not until I've done this!

750
00:31:47,734 --> 00:31:48,801
You listen to orders!

751
00:31:48,868 --> 00:31:50,167
I often have orders from the president.

752
00:31:50,234 --> 00:31:51,601
Did I forget to mention that?

753
00:31:51,667 --> 00:31:53,167
Now hold him still.

754
00:31:53,234 --> 00:31:54,501
Aah!

755
00:31:54,567 --> 00:31:55,601
All right, give me the pliers.

756
00:31:55,667 --> 00:31:57,000
The pliers!

757
00:31:57,067 --> 00:31:58,834
[gunfire]

758
00:31:58,901 --> 00:32:01,033
Aah!

759
00:32:04,100 --> 00:32:07,067
My sister, peg, died
giving birth to Franko.

760
00:32:07,133 --> 00:32:10,601
And I raised him
just like he was my own.

761
00:32:14,200 --> 00:32:15,434
Have you two met before?

762
00:32:15,501 --> 00:32:18,067
No.

763
00:32:19,267 --> 00:32:21,901
What elementary school did Franko go to?

764
00:32:21,968 --> 00:32:25,067
Who was his first girlfriend?

765
00:32:27,234 --> 00:32:29,234
Ms. Perriman...

766
00:32:29,300 --> 00:32:33,100
I believe you really did have
a sister who died in childbirth,

767
00:32:33,167 --> 00:32:34,534
Which is what makes
your story believable...

768
00:32:34,601 --> 00:32:35,567
To the layman.

769
00:32:35,634 --> 00:32:37,334
It's not a story.

770
00:32:37,400 --> 00:32:39,200
Do you carry a picture of your nephew?

771
00:32:39,267 --> 00:32:40,834
I just--I imagine over the years

772
00:32:40,901 --> 00:32:42,133
Of not knowing where he is

773
00:32:42,200 --> 00:32:43,634
Or if he's even alive,

774
00:32:43,701 --> 00:32:44,934
It might be a great comfort to you,

775
00:32:45,000 --> 00:32:46,300
You know, a symbol
of hope top have some--

776
00:32:46,367 --> 00:32:47,267
Komisky: that's enough.

777
00:32:47,334 --> 00:32:49,434
You don't have to answer that.

778
00:32:51,634 --> 00:32:53,467
They came to me after 9/11.

779
00:32:53,534 --> 00:32:57,434
My sister's death didn't
have to be for nothing, they said.

780
00:32:57,501 --> 00:32:59,400
She's definitely telling the truth.

781
00:32:59,467 --> 00:33:02,167
Now, I can tell
you want to get this out,

782
00:33:02,234 --> 00:33:03,534
So please keep going, ms. Perriman.

783
00:33:03,601 --> 00:33:05,968
Someone from the CIA did come to me.

784
00:33:06,033 --> 00:33:11,634
I guess it was like an acting role...

785
00:33:11,701 --> 00:33:13,067
For my country.

786
00:33:13,133 --> 00:33:16,133
You gotta understand, I wanted

787
00:33:16,200 --> 00:33:17,567
To do something.

788
00:33:17,634 --> 00:33:19,434
We all wanted to do something.

789
00:33:22,601 --> 00:33:24,934
Including you, sir.

790
00:33:25,000 --> 00:33:27,200
I believe that.

791
00:33:27,267 --> 00:33:29,601
But you sent a man into Afghanistan

792
00:33:29,667 --> 00:33:30,868
To infiltrate the Taliban.

793
00:33:30,934 --> 00:33:32,534
Then what? you just forget about him?

794
00:33:32,601 --> 00:33:34,200
Or you just leave him there to rot?

795
00:33:34,267 --> 00:33:35,200
Or worse.

796
00:33:35,267 --> 00:33:36,234
We lost him.

797
00:33:36,300 --> 00:33:37,868
The battery in his tracking device died.

798
00:33:37,934 --> 00:33:40,467
The battery? it happens.

799
00:33:40,534 --> 00:33:43,634
Know how hard it is
to find anyone out there?

800
00:33:43,701 --> 00:33:45,501
I've heard.

801
00:33:45,567 --> 00:33:46,968
We kept waiting for him to show up,

802
00:33:47,033 --> 00:33:50,067
And when he didn't,
we assumed he was dead.

803
00:33:50,133 --> 00:33:54,501
So please, take
your sanctimonious judgment

804
00:33:54,567 --> 00:33:56,200
And park it somewhere else.

805
00:34:02,167 --> 00:34:04,067
Aah!

806
00:34:05,734 --> 00:34:07,133
Snow.

807
00:34:07,200 --> 00:34:08,534
If we don't get out of here,

808
00:34:08,601 --> 00:34:10,501
It'll be the last
white christmas we ever see.

809
00:34:10,567 --> 00:34:12,167
Not until I finish.
Not until I finish. Hold on.

810
00:34:12,234 --> 00:34:13,400
Aah!

811
00:34:13,467 --> 00:34:15,300
Hey, hey, hey, hold still!

812
00:34:15,367 --> 00:34:18,033
Aah!

813
00:34:18,100 --> 00:34:21,167
There.

814
00:34:21,234 --> 00:34:23,367
It's a tracking device.

815
00:34:23,434 --> 00:34:24,667
Two-year battery life.

816
00:34:24,734 --> 00:34:25,834
He is one of ours.

817
00:34:25,901 --> 00:34:27,033
Why didn't you tell us

818
00:34:27,100 --> 00:34:28,033
Who you were in the beginning?

819
00:34:28,100 --> 00:34:29,200
Orders.

820
00:34:29,267 --> 00:34:30,601
I disobey, I'm dead.

821
00:34:30,667 --> 00:34:33,033
The only person I reveal my identity to

822
00:34:33,100 --> 00:34:34,534
Is the man with the code.
Nobody else!

823
00:34:34,601 --> 00:34:35,534
[explosion]

824
00:34:35,601 --> 00:34:39,033
The code is aunt Wendy.

825
00:34:39,100 --> 00:34:40,334
Well, that's a reason.

826
00:34:40,400 --> 00:34:42,300
But it's not a real reason, is it?

827
00:34:42,367 --> 00:34:43,801
Come on, you can do better than that.

828
00:34:43,868 --> 00:34:46,868
And these bastards
caught me, and they beat me.

829
00:34:46,934 --> 00:34:48,667
Yeah. I was Taliban.

830
00:34:48,734 --> 00:34:50,501
Well, that's better.

831
00:34:50,567 --> 00:34:52,501
So, who are you now, eh?

832
00:34:52,567 --> 00:34:55,968
You're the expert. you tell me.

833
00:34:56,033 --> 00:34:58,400
[explosion]

834
00:35:00,901 --> 00:35:02,334
You tell your mom?

835
00:35:02,400 --> 00:35:03,334
No.

836
00:35:03,400 --> 00:35:04,601
Why not?

837
00:35:04,667 --> 00:35:06,501
Same reason you didn't tell me.

838
00:35:06,567 --> 00:35:08,501
Don't you think you should tell her?

839
00:35:08,567 --> 00:35:11,400
He can tell her when he gets back.

840
00:35:18,133 --> 00:35:21,200
Move out!
Let's go, go!

841
00:35:26,033 --> 00:35:28,467
Let's go!
Move, move!

842
00:35:28,534 --> 00:35:30,701
Move, go!

843
00:35:32,367 --> 00:35:34,334
Lightman, you're out of here!

844
00:35:34,400 --> 00:35:36,400
Lightman: No. No, no, no.

845
00:35:36,467 --> 00:35:37,968
We saw it on your face earlier, right?

846
00:35:38,033 --> 00:35:39,801
You've got orders never to
let this man leave this room alive,

847
00:35:39,868 --> 00:35:42,033
Don't you? eh?

848
00:35:42,100 --> 00:35:44,033
Am I right?

849
00:35:46,901 --> 00:35:50,567
These men remind you
of what you wanted to be,

850
00:35:50,634 --> 00:35:51,734
All right?

851
00:35:51,801 --> 00:35:53,000
And so now it's
about a last fight you fight

852
00:35:53,067 --> 00:35:54,434
And which side of the fight you're on,

853
00:35:54,501 --> 00:35:57,300
All right, and if you finally get to do

854
00:35:57,367 --> 00:36:00,234
What you came here
in the first place to do.

855
00:36:00,300 --> 00:36:02,601
Ok?

856
00:36:02,667 --> 00:36:04,834
I need 45 seconds of fight out of him

857
00:36:04,901 --> 00:36:06,033
To clear the tunnel.

858
00:36:06,100 --> 00:36:08,234
Here.

859
00:36:20,567 --> 00:36:22,133
Where's home?

860
00:36:22,200 --> 00:36:23,801
1245 Glenview Park, Iowa city.

861
00:36:23,868 --> 00:36:26,567
Say it again! Say it again!
say it again!

862
00:36:26,634 --> 00:36:30,868
12245 Glenview Park, Iowa city.

863
00:36:30,934 --> 00:36:33,100
[gunfire]

864
00:36:58,033 --> 00:36:59,467
Nice job, doc!

865
00:36:59,534 --> 00:37:01,367
Not really!

866
00:37:01,434 --> 00:37:03,801
[explosions]

867
00:37:13,301 --> 00:37:15,467
That's him.

868
00:37:21,001 --> 00:37:22,800
Heard you helped get us out.

869
00:37:22,867 --> 00:37:24,467
Thank you.

870
00:37:24,533 --> 00:37:26,667
No. Thank you.

871
00:37:56,834 --> 00:37:59,700
Dr. Lightman.

872
00:38:02,201 --> 00:38:05,867
Oh. The real aunt Wendy.

873
00:38:05,934 --> 00:38:09,433
Please don't do this.

874
00:38:09,500 --> 00:38:11,867
This is a matter of national security.

875
00:38:11,934 --> 00:38:15,700
What story did you
people tell specialist Welsh

876
00:38:15,767 --> 00:38:17,467
Franko's family?

877
00:38:17,533 --> 00:38:19,334
Killed in action?

878
00:38:19,400 --> 00:38:21,167
Died in the brig?

879
00:38:21,234 --> 00:38:24,167
Oh, died in the brig.
Nice one.

880
00:38:24,234 --> 00:38:25,533
I was serving my country.

881
00:38:25,600 --> 00:38:29,034
Oh, yeah?
Our country, you mean.

882
00:38:29,101 --> 00:38:30,634
It's our country.

883
00:38:30,700 --> 00:38:32,734
It's about time you
let that one go, mate.

884
00:38:32,800 --> 00:38:35,268
You go public with this,
you'll be breaking the law.

885
00:38:35,334 --> 00:38:36,767
I'm not going public with it.

886
00:38:36,834 --> 00:38:37,967
I'm gonna tell a man's family

887
00:38:38,034 --> 00:38:38,967
the truth about their son.

888
00:38:39,034 --> 00:38:40,167
You know what I mean.

889
00:38:40,234 --> 00:38:43,700
You know... sooner or later.

890
00:38:43,767 --> 00:38:46,667
You got to stand up and be
counted for our mistakes, right?

891
00:38:46,734 --> 00:38:48,634
Your man, Franko, he went over...

892
00:38:48,700 --> 00:38:50,500
To the Taliban.

893
00:38:50,567 --> 00:38:51,934
That's a big mistake.

894
00:38:52,001 --> 00:38:54,667
But in the end...

895
00:38:54,734 --> 00:38:57,034
You know what I mean?

896
00:38:59,500 --> 00:39:00,967
Mr. Welsh?

897
00:39:01,034 --> 00:39:02,867
Yeah, but what's going on out here?

898
00:39:02,934 --> 00:39:03,934
Who are you?

899
00:39:04,001 --> 00:39:05,001
Who is it, hon?

900
00:39:05,067 --> 00:39:07,500
Do you mind if if come in for a minute?

901
00:39:07,567 --> 00:39:09,101
There's a few things
I'd like to tell you

902
00:39:09,167 --> 00:39:10,533
About your son, Glen.

903
00:39:10,600 --> 00:39:11,867
Glen?

904
00:39:11,934 --> 00:39:14,934
Do you mind?

905
00:39:15,001 --> 00:39:17,001
[Wipes feet]

906
00:39:18,500 --> 00:39:20,167
Happy holidays.

907
00:39:21,001 --> 00:39:23,334
Dr. Lightman...

908
00:39:26,400 --> 00:39:28,467
Would you let me do the talking?

909
00:39:28,533 --> 00:39:31,767
Just so long as it's the truth.

910
00:39:44,700 --> 00:39:45,967
* Santa baby *

911
00:39:46,034 --> 00:39:49,234
He's late.

912
00:39:49,301 --> 00:39:50,533
Yeah.
Midwest is snowed under.

913
00:39:50,600 --> 00:39:52,167
Delays everywhere.

914
00:39:52,234 --> 00:39:54,800
Yeah.
My mom's stuck in St. Louis.

915
00:39:54,867 --> 00:39:57,368
What are you gonna you do?

916
00:40:07,634 --> 00:40:09,500
* Santa baby *

917
00:40:09,567 --> 00:40:15,067
* A 54 convertible please, light blue *

918
00:40:15,134 --> 00:40:18,834
* I'll wait up for you, dear *

919
00:40:18,901 --> 00:40:20,834
* Santa baby *

920
00:40:20,901 --> 00:40:25,034
* So hurry down the chimney to me *

921
00:40:25,101 --> 00:40:27,001
Hi.

922
00:40:27,067 --> 00:40:29,301
Hello, darling.

923
00:40:33,901 --> 00:40:35,334
I know.

924
00:40:35,400 --> 00:40:37,301
I know.

925
00:40:38,500 --> 00:40:41,268
You shouldn't have had to see that, Em.

926
00:40:45,600 --> 00:40:48,001
I was scared, dad.

927
00:40:48,067 --> 00:40:50,433
I was really scared.

928
00:40:50,500 --> 00:40:52,967
I know. yeah.

929
00:40:53,034 --> 00:40:56,034
Yeah, me, too.
Me, too.

930
00:41:02,667 --> 00:41:07,800
So is it naive to ask you,
beg you really,

931
00:41:07,867 --> 00:41:09,500
Never to do anything like that again?

932
00:41:09,567 --> 00:41:12,634
No.

933
00:41:14,234 --> 00:41:18,067
Well, yeah.
It's a little bit.

934
00:41:22,433 --> 00:41:23,767
Oy.

935
00:41:23,834 --> 00:41:26,067
Well, let's share some of that.

936
00:41:26,134 --> 00:41:28,201
All right.

937
00:41:36,834 --> 00:41:40,301
Aw... It's beautiful.

938
00:41:40,368 --> 00:41:42,834
Well, darling...

939
00:41:46,334 --> 00:41:48,368
Are you ok?

940
00:41:48,433 --> 00:41:50,734
I'm not sure.

941
00:41:50,800 --> 00:41:53,268
Good.
You're not meant to be.

942
00:41:55,368 --> 00:41:56,634
Ria.

943
00:41:56,700 --> 00:41:58,134
Hey.

944
00:41:58,201 --> 00:41:59,301
You look nice...

945
00:41:59,368 --> 00:42:00,467
Thank you.

946
00:42:00,533 --> 00:42:01,800
Ish.

947
00:42:01,867 --> 00:42:03,167
Lokar.

948
00:42:06,334 --> 00:42:08,334
I got you a secret Santa.

949
00:42:17,634 --> 00:42:19,667
I'm watching you.

950
00:42:20,867 --> 00:42:22,600
Oh, man.

951
00:42:22,667 --> 00:42:25,067
Yeah.
Don't mention it.

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