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I mean this is this this film.
Is outstanding and that that's just from the trailer it's called the Hurt Locker they -- real life heroes putting their lives on the line every day in Iraq.
That's the army's explosive ordnance disposal unit has won the most dangerous jobs on the planet defusing these bombs planted by terrorists and insurgents and saving their.
Fellow soldiers and civilians on the ground now they're getting big screen treatment.
If the film is called the Hurt Locker put -- right the front lines of this elite bomb squad Kathryn Bigelow.
Is the film's director and honor to have -- studio that they had to deal.
I really I these I was watching these clips yesterday I haven't seen the whole film yet I can't wait to see it but you have captured the essence of this Iraq War.
-- -- -- what when you go into this film and you show the result of an explosion like this where the metal expands and contracts in slow motion.
When the earth with -- And -- drops back down again when the smoke explodes and used that the result is is deadly to Lofton what you want to make this film.
Well I wanted to exactly -- with the audience right in the -- issues give them your there.
Sort of boots on the ground look at what it would be like me a bomb tech in Baghdad in Iraq today.
And Yzerman and my opinion that have the most dangerous job in the world I think you're right about that to -- up the story line.
Well -- street contacts.
And Baghdad on 2004.
And in their last 38 days of their tours of duty -- and son mark boasting that he was seven there.
As journalists in Iraq in 2004 going -- with a bomb squad every single.
-- work in Florida Playboy magazine -- Really wanna know I -- -- I got a lot of attention for the astronauts.
I -- -- -- souvenirs that Beijing hello I guess at all on a more serious than we've got another clip that I was sure their audience that it was let's watch this we'll talk about.
You know it just looks like -- -- -- charge.
Oh my -- that.
-- four blocks and arguments about twenty pounds of bank -- -- blast is gonna roll straight out there.
The show will probably kick out there most -- travels through the shoot straight up a beautiful -- pattern here.
Obviously smaller pieces and show friends this way we'll be OK for -- -- humvee.
Have been about that -- up notre.
I'm religious goes on from there the movie's called Hurt Locker has you can.
Today the title well that's actually a term used by the military and if any particular ordinance goes off.
You might -- in her locker or you're put OK so you're physically injured he would be put in the -- exactly exactly exactly.
You feel that -- we filmed in Jordan and very close to the Iraqi border probably.
-- monitors in a couple of coach.
Actually many of the extras and bit players are Iraqi.
So it's as close to.
You know so -- so it is -- and -- I think I go to theaters June 26 what do you hope people take away from it's my hope this thing.
Admire the troops that are on a daily basis even as we're conducting this interview going out and saving lives and not performing incredibly her growth tax wolf just well done OK okay to -- and I definitely got an Bigelow the director of the Hurt Locker.
I encourage people to check it out because you -- really captured a moment in this war that I think everybody needs them Stan thank you very very best patient.
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