Act Of Valor
October 15, 2011 by staff
Act Of Valor, Law of Value is an unusual background. The film, directed by Mike “Mouse” McCoy and Scott Waugh, who began as a training video for Navy Seals. The Navy liked what they saw so much that decided to make a documentary.
They decided to make a film, and hired screenwriter Kurt Johnstad (300) to create a fictional story about a team going on a secret mission to retrieve a kidnapped CIA agent.
Another interesting aspect of the upcoming movie, which hits theaters on February 17, is that the seals are played by the royal seals. The bad, however, are played by actors, including Emilio Rivera and Roselyn Sanchez.
The Navy maintains the right to review materials for safety reasons and signed in the film.
“The story is fictional, but the weapons and tactics are real,” reads text on the screen in the trailer.
The trailer shows a dramatic story of the Navy SEALS on a dangerous rescue mission. There are plenty of guns, explosions and underwater scenes mission to be visually appealing, and the story is apparently based on a true story.
“You live your life by a code. Is its coastline, is what guides you home,” says the label on the video. “Trust me, you’re always trying to get home.”
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