Directed by Kathryn Bigelow, 'The Hurt Locker' won the 82nd best picture award in 2008. It is a war thriller about an army bomb disposal team sent to Iraq. Our main character, Sergeant First Class William James (Jeremy Renner) is a team leader of a US army bomb disposal squad in Iraq War. In a household during an operation James finds a young boy's dead body with bombs planted on it. When the team is evacuating from there, Lieutenant Colonel John is killed in a bomb explosion. Only he detects no evidence for it. At the end of the film, James attempts to rescue an Iraqi man with explosives tied around his torso. James approaches, but there is nothing to do to save him. The man dies praying to God. Afterward, James is called upon for another mission. Later on this mission, James returns to his house and family.
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Best part of story, including ending:
It is one of the many true war stories. A real brave soldier who tries to rescue men from being blown up in Iraq. A good motion picture worthy of winning the Academy award, and it did.
Best scene in story:
When James tries to rescue the innocent man from being exploded, only there is nothing to do and the man dies.
Opinion about the main character:
He left his family to serve his country. One night he finds that, serving his country is his actual passion. A real patriotic soul.