The Kill Team

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When Andrew Briggman (Nat Wolff), a young soldier in the US invasion of Afghanistan, witnesses other recruits killing innocent civilians under the direction of a sadistic leader, Sergeant Deeks (Alexander Skarsga°rd), he considers reporting them to higher-ups - but the heavily-armed, increasingly violent platoon becomes suspicious that someone in their ranks has turned on them, and Andrew begins to fear that he'll be the next target.


  • Alexander Skarsgård
  • Nat Wolff
  • Adam Long
  • Jonathan Whitesell
  • Brian Marc
  • Osy Ikhile
  • Rob Morrow
  • Anna Francolini
  • Oliver Ritchie
  • Ian Attard

Did You Know?


  • Alexander Skarsgård and Osy Ikhile were both in The Legend of Tarzan (2016).


  • There is a reversed shot shortly after the young man is killed in the village. In the close-up of Briggman's face, you can see his headband with his name printed backward and over the wrong eye.
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Oct 24, 2019

Despite superb performances by Nat Wolff as a conflicted young soldier and particularly Alexander Skarsgard as a sociopathic platoon leader, the picture proves only sporadically compelling.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
May 2, 2019

At its core, The Kill Team has one great performance, and some important things to say – about the dangerous appeal of the strong, and the easy malleability of the young. It’s well worth watching, and thinking on. It’s just a shame that that great performance isn’t matched by all the others – and that what the film has to say is said in such a dutifully by-the-book way.

Stephen Whitty
Screen Daily
May 2, 2019

“The Kill Team” is both a tense moral thriller and a disheartening account of our country’s actions abroad.

Metacritic review by Monica Castillo
Monica Castillo