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The true story of Bravery “The outpost by Rod Lurie” review 

The outpost tells the true story of American soldiers who were outnumbered but still join together and fight back against Tibetian fighters at a remote outpost in Afganistan.

The film by Rod Lurie’s for those 53 soldiers and their courage for fighting against 400 fighters made a history of bravery for America.

The story of this movie is based on a 2012 book which says the story of Kamdesh fight, A true story of the American soldier. The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor which is written by Jake Tapper.

The movie was set to release in March but as per Covid-19, it is now going to be released on 2 July.

The first announcement for this movie was released in May 2018 and on August Milo Gibson joined the cast and over here the production begins.

The Outpost Plot

The 3 Oct 2009 fight of Kamdesh on-screen tells how the brave soldiers managed their limits and win being less.

They were stuck in a critical situation where limited stocks of bullets and no air support were there but still being weak by resources then killed 153 Tibetian fighters.

As over there they had lost their 27 Brave soldiers but their sacrifice was a shine for the country.

Casting character as Scott Eastwood, Caleb Landry Jones, Orlando Bloom gives this movie a classic touch.

The shooting was done at Bulgaria and it wrapped up in mid of October.

Although this movie never shows the true story of what happened at the Kamdesh as it is a low budget film.

The film half part shows the efforts in making attachment with the village elders to earn their cooperation and at the End, Tibetian fighters suddenly attack their base camp with a flock of 400 people.

Talking about the team of The outpost then :

Director: Rod Lurie

Cast: Scott Eastwood, Orlando Bloom, Jack Kesy, Caleb Landry Jones, Cory Hardrict, Milo Gibson, Jacob Scipio, James Jagger, Taylor John Smith, Jonathan Yunger

Production companies: York Films, Millennium Media

Distributor: Screen Media

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