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13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi (also known simply as 13 Hours) is a 2016 American action thriller film directed and produced by Michael Bay and written by Chuck Hogan, based on Mitchell Zuckoff s 2014 book of the same name. The film follows six members of Annex Security Team who fought to defend the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya after waves of attacks by militants on September 11, 2012. The film stars James Badge Dale, John Krasinski, Pablo Schreiber, Max Martini, David Denman and Dominic Fumusa with supporting roles by Toby Stephens, Alexia Barlier and David Costabile.

Filming began on April 27, 2015, in Malta and Morocco. Known colloquially as the Benghazi movie , the film was released on January 15, 2016, by Paramount Pictures. Upon release, 13 Hours grossed $69 million worldwide against a production budget of $50 million (not including advertising and distribution), becoming one of Bay s lowest-grossing films until the release of Ambulance, and received mixed reviews from critics. While the film was praised for its acting performances, action sequences, and dark tone, the script was criticized for its historical liberties. Bay s direction also received a mixed response, with many criticizing his emphasis on over-the-top action, but some also noting it as one of his most mature and grounded films.

The film received an Oscar nomination for Best Sound Mixing at the 89th Academy Awards.


In 2012, Benghazi in Libya is named one of the most dangerous places in the world, and countries have pulled their diplomatic offices out of the country in fear of an attack by militants. The United States still has a diplomatic compound, not an official consulate, open in the city. Less than a mile away is a top secret CIA base, the Annex, which is protected by a team of private military contractors from Global Response Staff (GRS). New to the detail is ex-US Navy SEAL Jack Silva, who arrives in Benghazi and is picked up by fellow ex-US Navy SEAL Tyrone Rone Woods, the commander of the GRS team and a personal friend of Silva. Arriving at the Annex, Silva is introduced to the rest of the GRS team: ex-US Marines Mark Oz Geist, John Tig Tiegen and Dave Boon Benton and ex-US Army Ranger Kris Tanto Paronto and the CIA Chief of Station, Bob , who constantly gives the team strict reminders to never engage the citizens.

Prior to the US Ambassador s arrival, the GRS team members visit the Special Mission, where the Ambassador will be staying. They review the location and warns Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) Agents Scott Wickland and Dave Ubben about the risk of minimal-security arrangements and the high probability of a surprise attack due its volatile circumstances. US Ambassador Chris Stevens arrives in Benghazi to maintain diplomatic connections amid the political and social chaos, with limited protection from five DSS Agents, principally Wickland and Ubben, along with guards hired from the local February 17th Martyrs Brigade militia, nicknamed 17-Feb. On the morning of the eleventh anniversary of the September 11 attacks, Stevens notices suspicious men taking pictures of the compound and notifies his security detail. Back at the Annex, Silva finds out that his wife is pregnant.

That night, a group of militants from Ansar al-Sharia assault the compound. The 17-Feb guards are quickly overrun, which allows the attackers easy access to the compound. Wickland takes Stevens and Smith, an IT specialist, to the safe room. Unable to breach the safe room, the attackers set the building on fire hoping to burn the men out. Wickland escapes but loses both Stevens and Smith. At the Annex, the GRS team desperately wants to go to the compound to help, but the Chief refuses for fear that the team s departure would expose the Annex. However, the team dispatches to the compound and meets up with the DSS Agents. Silva and Woods enter the building searching for Stevens and Smith but find only Smith s body. After an intense firefight inside the compound against the militants, the DSS team retreats, but after a beat-up Wickland goes the wrong way, they are followed by militants on their way back to the Annex. Later, the GRS team also retreats to the Annex.

Knowing that an attack by the militants is imminent, the CIA staff of the Annex makes several desperate calls for help, but only ex-US Navy SEAL Glen Bub Doherty, a GRS operator in Tripoli, helps. He forms a team, including two Delta Force operators, that flies to Benghazi after several delays. Meanwhile, the GRS team fends off the militants as they try to breach the Annex perimeter. After repelling the largest attack wave, the Annex receives word from ISR that help is coming.

The Tripoli GRS reinforcements arrive and begin to prepare the CIA and DSS staff for their departure to the airport. The militants launch a mortar attack in which Ubben and Geist are wounded, and Geist s left arm is partially severed. Woods rushes to aid Geist and is killed by another mortar round. Doherty is also killed when a third mortar detonates directly in front of him.

While a wounded Geist and Ubben are being tended to, Delta Force operatives dispose of Woods body, angering Silva. With the GRS team compromised and the Annex now vulnerable, the remaining GRS operators watch as a convoy of vehicles rolls toward the Annex. Fearing the worst, the operators prepare to make a final stand until it is revealed that the convoy is an element of the Libya Shield Force militia that is escorting the GRS reinforcements. They also find out that Stevens had been found behind the compound but was pronounced dead at the hospital.

At the airport, the CIA staff and the wounded Geist board the plane to Tripoli while the remainder of the GRS team waits for the next plane with the bodies of Stevens, Smith, Woods, and Doherty. Closing titles reveal that all of the surviving members of the Annex security GRS team received contractor medals at a private ceremony, have since retired from the GRS team, and live with their families and that Geist was able to save his arm after several surgeries after re-enlisting.


GRS Team

  • John Krasinski as Jack Silva, newest member of the team and ex-US Navy SEAL
  • James Badge Dale as Tyrone S. Rone Woods, commander of the GRS team and ex-US Navy SEAL
  • Max Martini as Mark Oz Geist, team member and ex-US Marine
  • Dominic Fumusa as John Tig Tiegen, team member and ex-US Marine
  • Pablo Schreiber as Kris Tanto Paronto, team member and ex-US Army Ranger
  • David Denman as Dave Boon Benton, team member and ex-US Marine Scout Sniper
  • Toby Stephens as Glen Bub Doherty, GRS operator in Tripoli, ex-US Navy SEAL, and good friend of Woods and Silva


  • Alexia Barlier as Sona Jillani, an undercover CIA Agent in Libya
  • Freddie Stroma as Brit Vayner, an undercover CIA Agent in Libya
  • David Costabile as Bob aka. The Chief , the Benghazi CIA Chief-of-Station
  • Shane Rowe as CIA Annex Cook, who participates in the defense of the Annex
  • Gábor Bodis as CIA Agent, a security officer

U.S. State Department

  • Matt Letscher as J. Christopher Stevens, US Ambassador to Libya
  • David Giuntoli as Scott Wickland, DSS Agent
  • Demetrius Grosse as Dave Ubben, DSS Agent
  • David Furr as Alec Henderson, DSS Agent
  • Davide Tucci as Defense Attaché
  • Christopher Dingli as Sean Smith, an IT specialist


  • Wrenn Schmidt as Becky Silva, wife of Jack Silva
  • Peyman Moaadi as Amahl, a local interpreter


  • Andrei Claude as Militiaman at Roadblock



On February 10, 2014, it was announced that Paramount Pictures was in talks with 3 Arts Entertainment to acquire the film rights to the book 13 Hours, written by Mitchell Zuckoff, with Erwin Stoff to produce. Chuck Hogan was set to adapt the book, based on the true events of the Benghazi attack by militants on the American diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, on the evening of September 11, 2012. The film would focus on six members of a security team that fought to defend the Americans stationed there. On October 29, 2014, Michael Bay was set to direct and produce the thriller.


On January 14, 2015, John Krasinski was cast in the film, to play one of the lead roles, a former US Navy SEAL. On February 3, Pablo Schreiber also signed on to star in the film, playing Kris Tanto Paronto, one of the six-man security team. On February 6, James Badge Dale was set to star, as the leader of the security team. Max Martini was cast as another member of the security team on February 17, 2015. David Denman signed on to star in the film on March 3, 2015, playing Boon, an elite sniper. On March 5, 2015, THR reported that Dominic Fumusa also signed on, to play John Tig Tiegen, one of the members of the security team, who is also a former Marine with weapons expertise. Freddie Stroma was added to the cast on March 17, 2015, to play the role of an undercover CIA officer in Libya. On May 7, 2015, Toby Stephens was set to play Glen Bub Doherty, another of the security team members.


Principal photography began on April 27, 2015, in Malta and Morocco. A large film set was built in March 2015 in Ta Qali, Malta at 35°53′58.9″N 14°25′42.6″E / 35.899694°N 14.428500°E / 35.899694; 14.428500.


On June 30, 2015, Paramount announced that the new title would be 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, and set the film to be released on January 15, 2016, on the MLK Holiday weekend. The film premiered on January 12, 2016, at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, benefiting the Shadow Warriors Project, which supports private military security personnel and other groups.

Unusual for a major American film, the film was given only a limited release in Canada during its American wide opening weekend, playing in select theatres in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary and Ottawa. The film expanded to a wide release in Canadian theatres the following weekend, January 22–24.

Paramount specifically marketed the film to conservatives, in a method similar to previous films Lone Survivor and American Sniper, both of which had beaten box office expectations. This included screening the film for key Republican Party figures in order to generate endorsement quotations.

Home media

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was released on DVD and Blu-ray on June 7, 2016. Likely due to a boost from the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, the film made $40 million in DVD and Blu-ray sales by August 2016.

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi was released on 4K UHD Blu-Ray on June 11, 2019.


Box office

13 Hours grossed $52.9 million in North America and $16.5 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $69.4 million, against a production budget of $50 million, making it Michael Bay s lowest-grossing directorial film to-date.

The film was projected to earn around $20 million in its four-day Martin Luther King weekend debut. It faced competition from fellow newcomer Ride Along 2, as well as holdovers The Revenant and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Other films in a similar vein that had opened on the MLK weekend in previous years, American Sniper ($107.2 million in 2015) and Lone Survivor ($37.8 million in 2014), found success, although they had faced weaker competition, and were considered less politically divisive. However, The Hollywood Reporter noted that the film could outperform expectations if it was buoyed by waves of patriotism. The film made $900,000 from 1,995 theaters during its Thursday previews and $16.2 million in its opening weekend, finishing fourth at the box office. The film added 528 theaters in its second weekend and grossed $9 million, a 39.8% drop.

Critical response

13 Hours received mixed reviews from critics, though some viewed it as a welcomed tame effort from Michael Bay. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 51% based on 222 reviews, with an average rating of 5.60/10. The site s consensus reads, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is a comparatively mature and restrained effort from Michael Bay, albeit one that can t quite boast the impact its fact-based story deserves. On Metacritic the film has a score of 48 out of 100, based on 36 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of A on an A+ to F scale.

Soren Andersen, writing for The Seattle Times, gave the film 3 stars out of 4, criticizing the lack of distinctive characters but ultimately summarizing 13 Hours as engrossing and a ground-level depiction of heroism in the midst of the fog of war . Richard Roeper similarly praised 13 Hours in his review for the Chicago Sun-Times. Although he lamented the script, Roeper found the film to be a solid action thriller with well-choreographed battle sequences and strong work from the ensemble cast . Like Roeper s review, New York Daily News Joe Dziemianowicz was less receptive toward the script, but applauded the film s focus on the real-life attack, summarizing: War is gritty here, not glamorous… delivers a gripping, harrowing, and heartfelt film.

In a mixed review, Inkoo Kang of TheWrap praised 13 Hours for its action scenes, but panned Bay s direction as myopic . She writes, 13 Hours is the rare Michael Bay movie that wasn t made with teenage boys in mind. But that doesn t make his latest any less callously juvenile. Lindsey Bahr of the Associated Press was critical of the film s direction and cinematography, and found the screenplay to be confusing. Similarly, The Economist described the film as a sleek, poorly scripted and largely meaningless film .

Libyan response

The film caused controversy in Libya. Many Libyans believed it ignored the contributions of local people who attempted to save the US ambassador. Libya s Foreign Ministry spokesman, Salah Belnaba, denounced the film s portrayal of the Libyan people and described it as fanatical and ignorant. Culture and Information Minister, Omar Gawaari, also criticized the film saying: the movie shows the US contractors who actually failed to secure the ambassador as heroes , adding that Michael Bay turned America s failure to protect its own citizens in a fragile state into a typical action movie all about American heroism .


At the 89th Academy Awards, 13 Hours received a nomination for Best Sound Mixing. However, Greg P. Russell (one of the four nominees from the film) had his nomination rescinded when it was discovered that he had contacted voters for the award by telephone in violation of campaigning regulations.

Historical accuracy

The film s historical accuracy has been disputed. In the film s most controversial scene, the CIA chief in Benghazi (identified only as Bob ) tells the military contractors there when they seek permission to go defend the embassy to stand down and thus denies them permission. The real-life CIA chief stated that there was no stand-down order, but multiple sources who were willing to identify themselves have refuted the still-unnamed CIA chief. However, no help was sent even though officials at the highest levels had found out about the attack within the first few hours out of the 13. Also, the National Review commentator David French argues that the Senate committee cited above found plenty of evidence of the stand down order in the form of personal testimony from multiple witnesses but chose to rule that the contrary testimony outweighed it.

Kris Tanto Paronto, a CIA contractor who was involved in action during the event, said, We were told to stand down . Those words were used verbatim—100 percent. If the truth of it affects someone s political career? Well, I m sorry. It happens. The CIA base chief portrayed in the film has directly contradicted Paronto s claims, saying There never was a stand-down order…. At no time did I ever second-guess that the team would depart.

Also disputed is the film s portrayal that air support was denied. A House Armed Services Committee report found that air support was unavailable or that it would have arrived too late to make a difference.

Year 2016
ReleaseDate 2016-01-15
RuntimeMins 144
RuntimeStr 2h 24min
Plot During an attack on a U.S. compound in Libya, a security team struggles to make sense out of the chaos.
Awards Nominated for 1 Oscar, 5 nominations total
Directors Michael Bay
Writers Chuck Hogan, Mitchell Zuckoff
Stars John Krasinski, Pablo Schreiber, James Badge Dale
Produced by Richard Abate,Jimmy Abounouom,Kenny Bates,Michael Bay,Matthew Cohan,Scott Gardenhour,Harry Humphries,Michael Kase,Erwin Stoff
Music by Lorne Balfe
Cinematography by Dion Beebe
Film Editing by Michael McCusker,Pietro Scalia,Calvin Wimmer
Casting By Denise Chamian,Edward Said
Production Design by Jeffrey Beecroft
Art Direction by Charlo Dalli,Aziz Rafiq,Monica Sallustio,Sebastian Schroeder,Marco Trentini
Set Decoration by Karen Frick
Costume Design by Deborah Lynn Scott
Makeup Department Emma Beard,Chantal Busuttil,Conrad Catania,Marcelle Genovese,Karen Schembri Grima,Deborah Jarvis,Joanna Massa,Laura McIntosh,Yiotis Panayiotou,Paula Price,Lesley Smith,Jeremy Woodhead,Ruth Xuereb,Nezha Aouis,Lara Bella Vella Baldacchino,Lara Licari
Production Management Winston Azzopardi,Sana El Kilali,Kathrin Krückeberg,Ravi Malhotra,Stephen A. Marinaccio II,Jasmina Torbati,Kirby Adams,Ralph Bertelle,Rebecca Deelo,Eddie Folcarelli,Kate Hazell
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Hamid Ait Timaghrit,Colin Azzopardi,Daisy Baldry,Tom Browne,Mouhssine El Badaoui,Abdelghafar Essalfi,Charlie Reed,Simon Warnock,Beppe Abela,Ali Benchekroune,Mina Mouiz
Art Department Mariam Lee Abounouom,Tarik Amchemar,David Attard,Mary Ann Attard,Jon Banthorpe,Ute Bergk,Andreas Blömer,Giuseppe Cafagna,Fabio Carussi,Mario L. Cassar,Cristina Cecili,Lino Chetcuti,Savior Chetcuti,Jon Colson,Karl Colson,Robert Cox,Xuria Cristobal,Sherwin Debono,Jeno Delli Colli,Mark Anthony Ellul,Raymond Ellul,Enzo Enzel,Sandro Ercolini,Kevin Falzon,Pierre Farinole,Marco Furbatto,Erick Garibay,Andrea Gauci,Dylan Gouder,John Gouder,Jimmy Grima,Martha Guillaumier,Doug Harlocker,Roger Holden,Will Holden,Peter Hornbuckle,Glauco Isidori,Steve Jung,Ian Kay,Fiú László,Claudio Magrini,Robert Martin,Steven Messing,Oli Novadnieks,Matthew Pace,Scott Purcell,Gianni Russo,Johann Scerri,Alfred Spiteri,Yvonne von Krockow,Falk Wenzel,Sandra Zaffarese,Adriaan Engelbrecht,Oli Novadnieks
Sound Department Erik Aadahl,James Ashwill,David Bach,Aleksandar Bundalo,Matt Cavanaugh,Blake Collins,Jack Cucci,John T. Cucci,Chris Diebold,Joel Erickson,Jon Fenech,Christopher Flick,Jeffrey J. Haboush,Brandon Jones,Jonathan Klein,Veronica Li,Eric A. Norris,Dan O Connell,Ralph Osborn,Tobias Poppe,Greg P. Russell,Mac Ruth,Gary Summers,Ethan Van der Ryn,Balazs Varga,Tim Walston,Drew Webster,Nourdine Zaoui,Roberto Dominguez Alegria,David Bach,Jonathan Bloom,Mitch Dorf,Joshua Fielstra,David Hadder,Julian Howarth,Daniel Lepervanche,Ronnie Mukwaya,Diego Perez,John Roesch
Special Effects by Lawrence Attard,Massimiliano Bianchi,Paul Brady,Karl Brincat,Clive Busuttil,Julian Butterfield,Kenneth Cassar,Massimo Ciaraglia,Anthony S. Ciccarelli,Gary Cohen,Alfred Degiorgio,Keith Ferranti,Terry Flowers,Vincent Gilbert,Terry Glass,Tom Goodman,Mark Grech,Robert Grech,Ernst Gschwind,Peter Haran,Simon Hewitt,Graham Hills,Curtis Iggulden,Jack Longmate,Dan MacIntyre,Leslie Micallef,Matthew Micallef,Johann Mifsud,Zuzana Milfort,James Murrell,Dafydd Meirion Owen,David Payne,Symon Price,Roderick Pulis,Sven Pullicino,Neil Reynolds,Graham Riddell,Luke Rutter,R. Bruce Steinheimer,David Pinkie Thomas,Witold Wawrowski,Mark White,Nigel Wilkinson,Jonathan Wilson,Barry Woodman
Visual Effects by Paolo Acri,Wayne Billheimer,Vincent Chang,Yasmine Cheng,Lorelei David,Hannes Doornaert,Scott Farrar,Rebecca Forth,Aeon Henderson,Lubo Hristov,Natapon Huangsakuncharoen,Dongsoo Kim,Yishan Koh,Teck Chee Koi,Choon Ming Lau,Yateen Mahambrey,Will McCoy,Carol Alynn Payne,Gina Phoo,Greg Rochon,Petr Rohr,Andrew Savchenko,Gunther Schatz,Alex Scollay,Dan Seddon,Behnam Shafiebeik,Jerry Steele,Seow Tai Tee,Janice A.L. Tan,Lai Lin Tang,Kristina Truong,Georgie Uppington,Perry Yap,Jennifer Zeidan,Joseph Bailey,Subhrojyoti Banerjee,Beverley Joy Camero,Can Chang,Tony Como,Annelie Dangel,Marco Aurélio Engelmann Santos,Amarnath Gopalan,Varun Hadkar,Jason Michael Hall,Felder Kwek,YuanJing Lin,Tiansheng Liu,Simon Marinof,Suyog Pore,Siddharthan Raman,Nathan Rich,Betty Shaw,Gyorgy Siman,Stefan Smith,Christian Wood,Tiffany Wu,Mia Yang,Rick Yang,Long Yinghan
Stunts Jan Arnost,Abdelaaziz Attougui,Mohamed Attougui,Joseph Beddelem,Tarik Belmekki,David Bilek,Catalin Bindiu,Jakub Bobuski,Petr Bozdech,Matthew Camilleri,Morgan Chetcuti,Jason Curle,Martin David,Zuzana Drdacka,Hicham El Ghorfi,Rick English,Joey Freitas,David Garrick,Conor Hegarty,Robert Hladik,Jiri Horky,Othman Ilyassa,Martin Ivanov,Joost Janssen,Kevin Kent,Jindrich Klaus,Cristian Knight,Gérard Lesage,Miroslav Lhotka,Dimo Lipitkovsky,Jan Loukota,Ondrej Malina,Lee Millham,Mike Moriarty,David Mottl,Abdellah Oukseh,Rashid Phoenix,Chris Pollard,Cedric Proust,Jesmond Said,Louis Samms,Martin Semerád,Kenny Sheard,Jiri Simberský,Venice Smith,Jérémie Vigot,Rudolf Vrba,Ivo Zubaty,Albert Dibben
Camera and Electrical Department Hamza Aboufirass,Yassine Abounouom,Oliver Agius,Wesley Alley,Marco Aquilina,John Balbi,Marvin Baldacchino,Adrian Bartolo,Damien Beebe,Christian Black,John Buckley,Clifton Camilleri,Feargal Camilleri,Marieclaire Camilleri,Sandro Camilleri,Alex Carr,Francesca Catalano Kiddo,Roberto De Angelis,Maverick Debono,David Deever,Steven Desbrow,Brian Dzyak,Steve Freebairn,Dionys Frei,Dan Gamble,Dustin Gardner,Ian Gatt,Ryan Gatt,Ben Goode,Lorry Grima,Alan Hall,Darren Holland,Larry Hurt,Bernin Isaac,Ian Jackson,Andrew Jones,John Kairis,Alistair King,Sean Kisch,Said Lagbouri,Aziz Lechgar,Charlie Lia,Daniel Licari,Darren Mackay,Driss Marzak,E.J. Misisco,Gary Owen,Darren Piercy,Mark Pinheiro,Luc Poullain,David Presley,Christopher Reed,Mathieu Reymond,Donald Reynolds Jr.,Peter Robertson,James Sams,Daniel Sean Smith,Martin Smith,Adam Michael Spring,James Starr,Joseph Angelo Steel,Greg Thomas,Srdjan Tintor Sergio,Davide Tiraboschi,Joseph F. Warren,Nick Woollard,Michael Bay,Sean Kisch
Casting Department Salah Benchegra,Nicole Blackman,Nicole Cuschieri,Beth Day,Liz Ludwitzke,Georgia Simon,Saïd Aamoum,Saad Fekhari
Costume and Wardrobe Department Najat Ait Badi,Othmane Ajana,John Paul Azzopardi,Nicky Barron,Peter k Christopher,Sándor Daróczi,James Debono,Raphael Dilhan,Chris Duffelen,Carmen Fenech,Ani Ferrara,Samuela Galea,Christian Goddard,Sophie Homer,Otmane Khammari,Eleanor Landgrebe,Gary Lane,Jessica Lawless,Carole Louise Machin,Corey Mansfield,Daisy Marcuzzi,Dani Phelps,Abdelfattah Qzaibar,Dulcie Scott,Hana Scott-Suhrstedt,Ivory Stanton,Jack Taggart,Hassan Taghriti,Cathy Tate,Dagmarette Yen,Deborah Zimmerman
Editorial Department Edward Albolote,Todd Busch,Ryan W. Jackson,Matthew W. Johnson,David Marks,Michael Matzdorff,Erik Rogers,Stefan Sonnenfeld,John Bush,Aaron Coot,Chris Dewolde,Doychin Margoevski,Arianna Shining Star Smaller,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Ian Sullivan
Location Management Chris Bonello,Alan Ciantar,Yann Mari Faget,Joseph Formosa Randon,Mavis Formosa,Annamaria Grima,Souheil Hallaoui,Saba Kia,Craig Linstead,Christian McWilliams,James Mifsud,Manny Padilla
Music Department Max Aruj,Al Clay,Clay Duncan,Jason Evans,Thomas Farnon,Alex Gibson,Peter Gregson,Gareth Griffiths,Taurees Habib,Kelly Johnson,Drew Jordan,Steven Kofsky,Dan Newell,Claudio Pelissero,Lee Scott,Òscar Senén,Steffen Thum,Michael Tuller,Nate Underkuffler,Raul Vega,Alvin Wee,Robert Ziegler,Hans Zimmer,Thomas Farnon,Opie Gruves
Script and Continuity Department Silke Engelhardt
Transportation Department Jalal Aziz,Charles Buhagiar,Ian Clarke,Romain Cutajar,Mickey Davie,Hendrik De Jonker,Omar Driouche,Adam Falzon Wintrup,Tony Fava,Nick Freeman,Joey Freitas,Charlie Galea,Mark Gauci,Jiri Husak,Mohamed Mahmoud,Ian Richard Marshall,Robert Newbon,Janek Piner,Khalid Smour
Additional Crew Beppe Abela,Tim Abell,Omar Adam,Gloria Allegrucci,Ritienne Aquilina,Kenneth Arnel R. Aquino,Helia Asadbeck,Mohamed Atbir,Sarah Michelle Attard,Joseph Azzopardi,Badr Balafrej,Elhoussaine Baouzine,Anthony Batarse,Taoufiq Belemqadem,Kelsie Bieser,Rino Bonavita,Cesco Bonello,Abigail Borg,Amira Borg,Tony Browne,Taran Butler,Liam Byrne,Luke Cassar,Charlene Cefai,Chelsi Cefai,Beth Croft,Emily Damico,Fransesco Dell infante,Giorgio Di Lillo,Maria Domenici,Ouassel Elkilali,Malcolm Ellul,Emmanuel Tut-Rah Farah,EmmanuelTut-Rah Farah,Nicole Flowers,George Galea,Rita Galea,Robert Rock Galotti,Katharina Gapski,Mark Geist,Mike Gerber,Christopher Gilbertson,Adam Goodall,Gabriela Gutentag,Hakima Hammoudi,Rick Heckenlaible,Andrew Hillsden,James Hinton,Harry Humphries,Joost Janssen,Nick Jeffries,Tina Jones,Amal Kalalios,Tom Keeling,Kevin Kent,Karim Patrick Laraqui,David B. Leener,Lizzi Lowell,Laura Lynch,Fiú László,Duska Malesevic,Luke Maxwell,Paul McAnearney,Paul Melzow,Mike Moriarty,Alan Muscat,Danika Muscat,Frédéric North,My Mustapha Oikil,Daniel Pace Bonello,Kimberly Panunzio,Patrick Parnis,Kris Paronto,Stephen A. Petroni,Alan Pietruszewski,Shaun Pisani,Rory Power-Gibb,Nathan Rich,Daniel Rogers,Dirk Rogers,Hamzah Saman,Nikovich Sammut,Francesca Schembri,Kenny Sheard,Matt Spooner,Sophia Tapia,Keith Albert Tedesco,John Tiegen,Jodi Tripi,Chrisoula Vlassopoulos,Claire Walker,James Weston,Dixie Wu,Galea Yolanda,Jim Geduldick,Stephen Soler,Martin Stauder
Thanks Doug Brandt,Doug Brandt,Taran Butler,Ed Butowsky,Skip Dmv,Scott Fox,Jim Geduldick,Tej Gill,Colin Guinn,Jim Schramm,Nick Woodman
Genres Action, Drama, History
Companies Paramount Pictures, 3 Arts Entertainment, Bay Films
Countries USA, Malta, Morocco
Languages English, Arabic
ContentRating R
ImDbRating 7.3
ImDbRatingVotes 141902
MetacriticRating 48
Keywords libya,mercenary,u.s. ambassador,shot in the back,u.s. embassy