31 North 62 East review

A warzone thriller without the thrills

There’s room for a decent paranoid thriller about the conflict in Afghanistan, but Tristan Loraine’s film is way off mark.

The title refers to the coordinates of a British military unit in the war torn country, revealed to the enemy by a corrupt PM to keep an arms deal on track.

He hasn’t banked on anyone pulling through though, or on the determination of the survivor’s sister to track down the culprits. Even John Rhys-Davies as the PM struggles to lend gravitas to the comically earnest dialogue and knee-jerk conspiracy theorising.

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