Behind Enemy Lines
The movie, Behind Enemy Lines, was accompanied by actors such as Chris
Burnett (Owen Wilson) and his partner, Stackhouse (Gabriel Macht). Also commanding
officer, Admiral Reigart played by (Gene Hackman). The directors of Behind Enemy
lines were John Moore and Steve M Davidson. The producers of Behind Enemy Lines
were John Davis and Jennifer Eliza Holstein. The co producer was Alex Blum and the
executive producers were Stephanie Austin, Wyck Godfrey, Lee Berger, and Bonnie L.
Kanner. The release date of Behind Enemy Lines was on Nov 30, 2001.
The plot of Behind Enemy Lines is based on a fighter navigator Chris Burnett
(Wilson) who wants out of the navy. He was looking for something more than the boring
recon missions he's been assigned to fly. He finds himself flying the lone Christmas day
mission over war-torn Bosnia. During the mission, he talks pilot Stackhouse (Macht) into
flying slightly off-course to check out an interesting target shown on the radar, the two
get shot down. Burnett is soon alone, trying to outrun a pursuing army, while
commanding officer Reigert (Hackman) finds his rescue operation hamstrung by politics,
forcing Burnett to run far out of his way to survive.
Owen Wilson playing Chris Burnett in the movie, Behind Enemy Lines, was
based Scott O’Grady. The story is loosely based on the experience of the American pilot
Scott O' Grady after he was shot down in Bosnia in 1995. As Capt. O' Grady tells it to the
American people, he escaped and evaded the enemy for five days, subsisting mainly on
grass and bugs with only the company of cows, until rescued by a Marine search and
rescue team nearly sixty miles from where his parachute was seen coming down.
Although O’ Grady tells this story of surviving behind enemy lines which was made to a
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