With just a crumbling wall between them and a deadly sniper, two American soldiers must utilise every skill they’ve learned if they are to walk away with their lives intact.
2007, and the war in Iraq has officially been declared over. Two American soldiers attend to the scene of a murder, where 10 contractors from the West lay slaughtered, seemingly shot dead by an unknown perpetrator.
Working as a team, one as a gunner and one on lookout, the pair conclude that this is the work of a deadly but skilled marksman. Their suspicions are confirmed when a bullet ricochets from the gunner’s helmet, who dives to the floor for cover.
With just a crumbling wall to shield them from the sniper, the pair must work as a team to fight an enemy they cannot see, and try to come up with a plan that will allow them to stay alive until back-up arrives. But, as the sniper moves in closer for the kill, the outlook is bleak…
The Wall is a psychological thriller, directed by Doug Liman, who is no stranger to action having been responsible for blockbusters such as The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) and Edge of Tomorrow (2014). Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals, Kick Ass) and Laith Nakil (24: Legacy) star, as well as WWE wrestler John Cena (Trainwreck).