Drive 20, the year 2003
Tears from the Sun: Effects on War
Tears from the Sun, written by Alex Lasker and Tanker Cirillo, is a new action movie starring Bruce Willis and Monica Belluci. The movie takes place in the jungle of Nigeria wherever Bruce Willis, who is a military police officer, is sent in to save Monica Belluci, a north american doctor who will be working in a missionary, from an increasing threat of violence carried by a Nigerian rebel group. The problem arises when Belluci's character refuses to abandon her camp without the 70 asile that this lady has been living with for the past two years. The character of Bruce Willis makes the decision to stay with all the village people, risking his life to save lots of others. This movie is more than just a straightforward plot. Cry of the Sunshine sends a clear and concise message towards the world, urging everyone whom represents good at this world to fight against evil, or Iraq in this case. I must first point out this movie would not compare Korea and the Nigerian government in any respect. The relationship between the two is in basic principle. There are two roads: guard the innocent from sure death or watch them expire. The Nigerian Rebel troops serve as the example of Sadam Hussein inside the movie. The leadership in Nigeria is without relation to the evil Iraqi leadership. It really is purely the Nigerian rebels who pose the threat.
In this motion picture, Bruce Willis and his soldiers depart on the mission with one target in mind: recovery the doctor performed by Monica Belluci from your rebel soldiers. This is his only objective and his only responsibility. The deciding minute arrives the moment Bruce Willis arrives at the 2, small , relief helicopters with Belluci and 70 various other refuges. He is ordered by his powerful officer to leave the seventy visitors to die and leave with Belluci. Willis finally determines that this individual can't keep seventy blameless people in the wilderness only to be raped and tormented. He the decision that he didn't have to produce. He determines to lay his life on the line in...