Black Hawk Down

The film takes place during October 1993 when the U.S. sent a special forces team into Somalia to destabilize the government and bring food and aid to the starving people. Using Black Hawk helicopters to insert the soldiers onto the ground, an unprecedented attack by Somalian forces brings down two of the helicopters. From there, the U.S. soldiers must struggle to regain their advantage while enduring heavy gunfire and losses. A true glimpse into the mission that went horribly wrong for many reasons.

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Quotes

Pilla: Colonel, they're shooting at us! Colonel, they're shooting at us!
McKnight: Well shoot back!

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Mistakes

Near the end of the movie when the convoy is heading back to the Pakistan Stadium, a Humvee stops briefly to allow a man to walk across the street with a child in his arms. When the shot changes and the Humvee begins driving again, a crew member or cameraman is seen inside the Humvee wearing a white shirt. All of the men who entered the Humvee were wearing fatigues.

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Trivia

According to veterans of the actual event, when the Rangers got the go-ahead for the mission and were getting their gear ready, "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N Roses was playing on the base's loudspeakers. There were some half-serious comments among the men about the appropriateness of this song. However, the film's producers failed to secure the rights to use "Welcome to the Jungle," so they substituted Faith No More's "Falling to Pieces"--which is perhaps thematically in line with what happened on the raid.

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