(PRWEB) October 01, 2004
A media production company based in London, United Kingdom has released the treatment for "Rambo IV: Holy War" on the Internet, causing fervour and controversy on film websites.
The treatment sees the iconic super-soldier first played by actor Sylvester Stallone in 1982's "First Blood" return to the screen as the matured sage; he's married, with an adopted son, influenced by Islamic Sufism and now working as an environmentalist at the United Nations. When the UN Assembly is hijacked by sadistic Islamist terrorists, Rambo tries to take the terrorists down, knowing that his Afghani-adopted son, Hamid, is part of the terrorist mission.
The treatment, available on alpha1media.com, has been released on to the Internet stimulating public opinion about the film. The treatment is highly topical, released at a time when US President George W. Bush was disagreeing with UN Secretary General Kofi Annan about the legality of the war, whilst Islamist terrorists cause havoc in Iraq.
Last seen in 1988's "Rambo III", the American icon was leaving war-ravaged Afghanistan after assisting the Mujahideen against the Soviets and events following 9/11 revived interest in the film franchise. The Rambo film saga has made $2 billion at the box-office since "First Blood", and on each occasion portrayed by Stallone, who is set to reprise the role at the age of 58.
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