13 Hours

This film was based on a true life story.
Benghazi in Libya is named one of the most dangerous places in the world, and countries have pulled their diplomatic offices out of the country in fear of an attack by militants. The United States still has a diplomatic compound (not an official consulate) open in the city. One night the guards are quickly overrun, allowing the attackers easy access to the compound. Unable to breach the safe room, the attackers set the building on fire hoping to kill the Ambassador.
Sash and Ryan share their thoughts about all the different aspects of this movie.