Emotionalism takes a back seat to patriotism in this made for BBC-TV salute to Gulf War heroes, which works better as propaganda than drama. In January 1991, eight British soldiers sneak behind enemy lines for a top-secret operation named Bravo Two Zero. Because Iraq has been hammering Israel with missiles, this Special Forces team must cripple Saddam Hussein's long-distance launching capability. Led by Andy McNab (Sean Bean), the octet has a two-fold mission: Seek and destroy buried fiber optic cables linking the firing fields to Baghdad, and obliterate any mobile scuds. Unfortunately, intelligence reports don't paint a detailed picture of the region and the misinfo...