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Marcus Lutrell und sein Team von Navy Seals werden im Zuge der Operation `Red Wing' in Afghanistan stationiert. Ihr Auftrag ist es, den Talibanführer Ahmad Shah ausfindig zu machen und zu eliminieren. Während sie den vermuteten. Lone Survivor ist ein US-amerikanischer Kriegsfilm aus dem Jahr Regie führte Peter Berg, der auch das Drehbuch schrieb. Der Film basiert auf dem. Lone Survivor ein Film von Peter Berg mit Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch. Inhaltsangabe: Im Jahr ist das Elite-SEAL-Team 10 der US-Armee in Afghanistan. Mehrere Navy Seals werden in Afghanistan abgesetzt, da sie einen hochrangigen Taliban-Offizier ausschalten sollen. Doch die Mission ist zum Scheitern. Als Kind der Rambo Generation muss ich gestehen, dass ich solche Filme mag und genau das ist die Stärke dieses Films und die Stärke fast aller Filme von.
Kriegsfilm "Lone Survivor" Schöner sterben am Hindukusch. Aufrechte US-Soldaten im Taliban-Kreuzfeuer: "Lone Survivor" zeigt das. Mehrere Navy Seals werden in Afghanistan abgesetzt, da sie einen hochrangigen Taliban-Offizier ausschalten sollen. Doch die Mission ist zum Scheitern. Als Kind der Rambo Generation muss ich gestehen, dass ich solche Filme mag und genau das ist die Stärke dieses Films und die Stärke fast aller Filme von.
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Language: English Pushto Arabic. Runtime: min. Following publication of Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson 's nonfiction book Lone Survivor , producer Barry Spikings met Luttrell's attorney Alan Schwartz, who was interested in making a film adaptation.
Goldsman did not believe he was the right screenwriter for the project, and suggested that Peter Berg write and direct the film.
Luttrell also viewed a rough cut of Berg's then-upcoming film The Kingdom , and was impressed by his direction.
The film rights to the book had become the subject of a bidding war among a host of established studios , including Warner Bros.
After reading the script, Emmett traveled to Los Angeles, where he met with Berg and Aubrey to discuss the film's production.
Although Wahlberg, Kitsch, Hirsch and Foster had physically trained for their roles prior to filming, Luttrell organized a three-week training regimen at a bootcamp in New Mexico,   where the actors were trained by elite military personnel in weapons, military communications , and tactics.
They also practiced "shoot move cover" drills to improve their muscle memory and enable them to react convincingly as Navy SEALs during filming.
While the book chronicles Luttrell's enlistment and training, as well as his deployment to Afghanistan, Berg decided that the film adaptation would focus mainly on the events of the failed United States Navy SEALs mission Operation Red Wings , as well as the bonding and camaraderie of Luttrell and his fallen teammates.
After spending time with them, you realize that these kids were the best and the brightest; they were the stars of the families.
The grief and the wounds are still very raw. You would have to be inhuman to not feel the responsibility when that kind of grief gets shared with you.
And it was obviously a traumatic and violent and exhausting experience". To provide authenticity, Luttrell moved into Berg's home for one month while Berg was writing the script.
He acted as a consultant, detailing to Berg his eyewitness account of the events that unfolded during Operation Red Wings. Principal photography was scheduled to start on September 15, ,  but did not commence until October of that year.
The film was shot on location in New Mexico. In recreating the Hindu Kush mountain range that stretches between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the film crew shot at 10 separate locations in the national forest.
Production moved to Chilili, New Mexico for two weeks of filming. The location's wooded areas were used to film several battle scenes, and the art department built sets to create an Afghan village occupied by Ahmad Shah Yousuf Azami and his Taliban insurgents, as well as a Pashtun village where Luttrell Mark Wahlberg is rescued.
The bluescreen work involved scenes depicting a CH Chinook in a gimbal , and a 4-foot scale model of a Hindu Kush mountain cliff built by the art department team in Los Angeles.
Lone Survivor was director of photography Tobias Schliessler 's fifth collaboration with Berg,  : 51 as well as Berg's first film to be shot with digital cinematography.
For the film's visual style, Schliessler was influenced by British-American photojournalist Tim Hetherington 's war photography book Infidel , which details a single U.
The Santa Fe National Forest's rocky terrain and steep inclines proved difficult for conventional camera equipment—such as cranes and dollies —which resulted in much of the film's scenes being shot by the camera operators, who were rigged to aerial ski lifts above the action.
No one ever hiked to the set empty-handed, including our producers. It was one big team effort that made us a close film family.
The equipment enabled Schleissler to oversee every shot of the film in the EC3 trailer. He also collaborated with colorist Adrian Delude in changing the exposure for all cameras used which, according to Schliessler, "would have been more difficult when shooting on film.
Costume designer Amy Stofsky ensured that the military wardrobe seen in the film reflected the time period. According to Stofsky, what the fallen servicemen wore back then is no longer current issue, as the United States Armed Forces stopped manufacturing the uniforms in She and her team manufactured uniforms for the film's lead actors, extras, stunt and photo doubles, and military personnel who were also acting as extras.
Stofksy noted that a total of "36 cookie cutter uniforms" were produced for Wahlberg. In designing the costumes for the Pashtun people and Taliban forces, Stofsky aimed to create a visual distinction between the villagers and Taliban fighters.
Their humanity prevails. This is what we hoped to get across. Stofsky also had a New Mexico-based tailor produce all of the turbans featured in the film.
The Rahimis collaborated with Stofsky, as well as the wardrobe and casting departments, to help them understand the language, customs and fighting methods of the Pashtun villagers and Taliban fighters.
The eldest Rahimi also appears in the film as an elderly shepherd. Editing and post-production work took roughly seven months to complete.
Parker edited the film during principal photography, but was not on location. This way I can let [Berg] know if any extra coverage is needed", he explained.
Although I will have a first assembly when the production wraps, Peter will never sit though a complete viewing of that.
He works in a very linear manner, so as we start to view a scene, if there's something that bothers him, we'll stop and address it.
The first cut of the film was two-and-a-half hours long. Parker then cut the film down to two hours when he realized there was a way to further trim the film.
For instance, we wanted to let the mission briefing scene play normally—this is where the SEAL team is briefed on their target.
That scene was followed by a scene of the target beheading a local. We realized that an actual briefing is very technical and rote, so intercutting these scenes helped keep the audience engaged.
Sound editing and mixing work took place at Todd Soundelux. In total, the film has over visual effects shots. I didn't work directly with them because they're in Austin, Texas and I'm in L.
We ended up doing our own things. We tried to not have two totally different sounding scores. Berg said, "[Jablonsky] did the last reel; the band Explosions in the Sky did pretty much did everything else.
They have an emotional, tender quality to their music, even when it gets aggressive. I didn't want the score to be overly aggressive, I wanted it to be haunting and emotional.
Steve Jablonsky came in at the end to do something more traditional, but when Steve does "traditional", it's not the usual strings.
He created a wonderful sound at the very end. While the film was based on actual events, it has been noted that it contained a number of historical inaccuracies.
The number of Taliban fighters involved in the ambush has been widely disputed. In Marcus Luttrell's original after-action report, he stated that he and his teammates were attacked by 20—35 insurgents, while his book places the number at over Murphy's posthumous Medal of Honor describes the enemy force as numbering "more than 50,"  while the official citation puts the number at "between 30 and 40 enemy fighters.
The military intelligence estimate cited by Darack is based on research sourced from intelligence reports, including aerial and eyewitness studies of the battlefield after the fact, including the men sent in to rescue Luttrell, as well as reports from Afghan intelligence.
The number of casualties sustained by the Taliban fighters has also been disputed. Naval Special Warfare Command has estimated that Luttrell and his teammates killed around thirty-five insurgents during the battle.
Andrew MacMannis, a former Marine Colonel who was involved in planning Operation Red Wings and assisted in recovering bodies after the mission, has stated that there were no known enemy casualties.
Mohammad Gulab, the Afghan villager who rescued Luttrell, agrees with MacMannis, as does another Marine who was involved with the mission, Patrick Kinser, who has said, "I've been at the location where [Luttrell] was ambushed multiple times.
I've had Marines wounded there. I've been in enough firefights to know that when shit hits the fan, it's hard to know how many people are shooting at you.
In the film, the four-man SEAL reconnaissance team is discovered by three goat herders—an elderly man and two teenage boys. In fact, Luttrell wrote in his book that only one of the goat herders was a teenage boy, not two.
Other villagers recounted to Gulab that the Taliban found the SEALs while the debate over the goat herders was taking place and that the Taliban then waited for a more opportune time to attack.
In reality, Luttrell explained that his legs were numb immediately after the ambush, and when feeling did return to them, the pain from the shrapnel in his legs made it too painful to walk; he had to crawl seven miles looking for water and sanctuary.
In reality, the Taliban fighters were outnumbered by the villagers and had no intentions of attacking the village. They did, however, enter the room where Luttrell was being kept and physically beat him, before being pressured to leave by the village elder.
Luttrell also did not go into cardiac arrest after he was rescued, nor was he near death, as seen in the film.
In his book, Luttrell erroneously claims that Ahmad Shah was "one of Osama bin Laden 's closest associates". Rather, Shah was a local militia leader with ties to the Taliban.
Although Shah did in fact participate in multiple attacks against U. Only five Marines had died in combat in the entire war up to that point, and only two U.
Berg first screened Lone Survivor to a number of professional American football teams to generate a strong word of mouth for the film.
He expressed that the screenings were not a marketing ploy, explaining that it was "just a cool thing to do. The premiere also doubled as a tribute to the fallen servicemen of Operation Red Wings; in addition to several cast and crew members, Marcus Luttrell and family members of the deceased were in attendance.
Mohammad Gulab, the Afghan villager who helped rescue Luttrell, also attended the premiere, marking his first time in New York City and in a movie theatre.
In what the film industry calls a " platform release ", Lone Survivor was released in a small number of theaters before opening wide in other countries; it opened in New York and Los Angeles on December 25, before being released across North America on January 10, Scott of The New York Times .
Lone Survivor received "largely positive reviews" from film critics, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The website's critical consensus reads, "A true account of military courage and survival, Lone Survivor wields enough visceral power to mitigate its heavy-handed jingoism.
Justin Chang, writing for Variety magazine, gave the film a positive review and called it "the most grueling and sustained American combat picture since Black Hawk Down , as well as a prime example of how impressive physical filmmaking can overcome even fundamental deficiencies in script and characterization.
Berg sets up the cathartic moments we're used to in movies like this, but then he pulls out the rug, reminding us that the cavalry doesn't always miraculously show up in time to save the day.
Maltin concluded that the film "is a tough movie but a rewarding one. It's humbling to watch this dramatization of the sacrifices these men make, without hesitation.
Peter Berg was determined to do justice to them, and he has succeeded. It certainly adds to the film's verisimilitude.
Several reviewers criticized Lone Survivor for focusing more on its action scenes than on characterization. In his review for The Star-Ledger , Stephen Whitty wrote, "This is the sort of bare-bones story that well served plenty of World War II movies once, and it would work here, if Berg had the sense to develop these men as characters, first.
But we don't really get to know any of them, or what they might bring personally to this life-or-death emergency. One of the film's strongest detractors was Time Out magazine's Keith Uhlich, who called the film "war porn of the highest order".
Smith concluded his review by describing it as "a movie about an irrelevant skirmish that ended in near-total catastrophe, during a war we are not winning.
Lone Survivor received various awards and nominations, in categories ranging from recognition of the film itself to its screenplay, direction, stunts, and sound editing, to the performance of its lead actor, Mark Wahlberg.
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Theatrical release poster. Explosions in the Sky Steve Jablonsky. See also: Operation Red Wings. What makes this story so special is the bond and the camaraderie between the guys, but also the state of where we are in the world today.