Jadotville: Directed by Richie Smyth. With Richard Lukunku, Danny Sapani, Andrew Stock, Mark Strong. Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan leads a stand off with troops against French and Belgian Mercenaries in the Congo during the early 1960s.
“In 1961, the UN sends an Irish peacekeeper troop commanded by Commandant Pat Quilan (Jamie Dornan) to Katanga, in Congo, to protect the inhabitants of the mining town of Jadotville in the beginning of a civil war. Meanwhile the UN adviser Dr. Conor Cruise Ou0026#39;Brien (Mark Strong) launches a military attack named Operation Morthor against the French and Belgian mercenaries. Soon there is a reprisal from the mercenaries and Quilana and his men are left under the siege of a huge Katangese and mercenary troops. Will the Irish soldiers resist to the attack?u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eu0026quot;The Siege of Jadotvilleu0026quot; is a great action film with a story based on a true unknown story of courage. The action scenes are spectacular but the political conspiracy could be better explained for viewers that do not have knowledge of this historical event. But u0026quot;The Siege of Jadotvilleu0026quot; is worthwhile watching. My vote is seven.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eTitle (Brazil): Not Available”