6 Days

London 1980, the world witnessed a new way to tackle terrorism.
6 Days
In April 1980, armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London and took all inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of highly trained soldiers from the SAS prepared for a raid the world had never seen the likes of.
Title 6 Days
Release Date 2017-08-03
Runtime
Genres Action Drama Mystery
Production Companies XYZ Films, General Film Corporation
Production Countries New Zealand, United Kingdom

Reviews

Gimly
More _Zero Dark Thirty_ than _13 Hours_, but not able to climb to the heights that Kathryn Bigelow did on that. Not surprising, when you don't have a Kathryn Bigelow of your own, but still, _6 Days_ is not going to rock the genre. _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
Reno
**A week of middle-east circus in London!** The 1980 London terror attack. Those days are just the beginning of this new terrorism culture of middle-east. By the way, why should the world care about if one terror seeking just from another. That's the platform of this film. All about middle-east shit, dragged into the west. Based on the real. The film was slow, though a decent film. Obviously predictable, but worth a watch. When the iranese embassy was taken hostage by a terror group with demands placed the England government to fulfil, how they have tackled the situation was told from multiple people's angle who were involved in it. One thing it's missing was the some aspect of the tale from the hostages. I don't know why they did emotionalised this tale. Especially from the negative side. The actors were nice, the production too. Other than that it was not a most expected film of the year. Maybe not many have heard of it. Except it's more like a television film, I think once watchable. _6/10_

Leave a Review?

You must be registered and logged in to submit your review.