Courage Begins In Battle In The New Trailer For I AM SOLDIER

Backed by previous producer work on powerhouse action flicks like James Nunn's latest Scott Adkins headliner, Green Street 3, and their earlier shared producer/director credits for the 2012 thriller, Tower Block, we now have a new trailer for UK filmmaker Ronnie Thompson's solo debut, I Am Soldier. The new trailer sets the stage for a story featuring actor Tom Hughes in what is expected to offer a piercing, edgy look into the gritty, brutalizing world of British military training for one recruit whose participation will test his mettle in a life or death trial that may push him to his breaking point.

I Am Soldier is produced by James Harris, Mark Lane and Nicola Pearcey, and also stars Noel Clarke, Miranda Raison, Alex Reid, Josh Myers, with fight choreography by Nick Maison (The Debt, Vendetta) and co-star/choreographer Lee Charles. The film is scheduled to premiere at the Colchester Film Festival in the U.K. on March 7, 2014 at 7:30pm before hitting DVD and Blu-Ray shelves on March 17 as per its acquisition by Lionsgate UK last year.

NOTE: The trailer is exclusive only to UK residents until further notice by Lionsgate U.K.. In the meantime, you may be able to catch it on Youtube in the embed just beneath.

SYNOPSIS:
Action adventure as a recruit undertakes the toughest military training known to man – SAS selection. 
'I Am Soldier’ follows Mickey Tomlinson as he undertakes the toughest and most dangerous military training course known to man: SAS selection. The Special Air Service (SAS) is the United Kingdom’s most renowned special forces regiment. It is tasked with covert and overt missions in some of the most dangerous places on the planet. Mickey joined the army as a teenager with one objective: to join the SAS. 
We follow Mickey through every gruelling stage of this selection that not only smashes him physically but also mentally. When the Counter Terrorism Squadron in the SAS are given authority to take charge of a deadly situation, Mickey must show that he really does have what it takes to be a special forces operative. 
Many try but only the elite make it...

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