Be advised, there are a number of, to put it mildly, unsettling scenes in this movie. If you are put off by scenes that fit that category you may want to pass on this one. In an unnamed country in Africa, the President and his family are murdered by a junta composed of murderous thugs with an agenda that includes ethnic cleansing. As the situation begins to get worse, a team of Navy Seals led by Lt. Waters (Bruce Willis) is sent in to rescue a team of people running a clinic for villagers out in the countryside. The team consists of a Doctor Lena Kendricks (Monica Bellucci) and a priest and two nuns. When Waters team arrives to evacuate them, the Doctor is under the impression that they will be evacuating the whole village. When they get to the extraction site and there are only two helicopters the Doctor does not want to leave the villagers unprotected. Eventually, as we would expect, the SEALs decide to lead them all to the border into a neighboring country. The story is about their trials and tribulations as they try to reach safety. There are parts of the story that show some horrific images of violence that reminds us of similar situations we have read and heard about with regard to places like Rwanda. There is also a problem with a possible traitor among the villagers that they have to contend with. The story is, at times, brutal but it does have moments that are very powerful and moving. Although the story is fiction, it is easy to believe things like this really happening and nice to think that our military people are doing the right thing for no other reason except that it is the right thing. I have watched this movie at least 15 times, most recently last night, and it is, IMO, one of the best movies of its kind in the last 10 years.