The documentary, which shows when he was injured, was dedicated to the soldiers.
Colombian soldiers are the heroes of the documentary made it by the French journalist Roméo Langlois of France 24 presented on the french tv last Wednesday.
In the documentary: 'Colombia: with real bullets'
of Roméo Langlois does not appear any of the guerrillas who kidnapped the French journalist after an ambush on an anti-narcotics patrol on 28 April, during which attack, killed four soldiers, according to the Colombian army, seventeen, according to the FARC, says the video.
Although "the guerrillas are invisible," explains Langlois in French, are ubiquitous throughout the 27 minutes it takes the video. The bursts of machine guns are becoming more intense while the military gestures betray a growing concern.
At one point, Colombian Army Captain Gomez, after talking on the radio, removes his helmet and passed his hand across his forehead. After a brief silence, utters a phrase that sounds like a death sentence: "We got him a leader."
The documentary begins at dawn at Fort Military Larandia in Caquetá, when Langlois is shipped with a group of 30 soldiers who are about to undergo anti-narcotics operation " a routine."
The video ends moments after the journalist was wounded in the arm and the soldier who escort, Sergeant Cortez, dies at his side. This military, which is showing a remarkable serenity, ounced the sentence of the story more poignant.
Talking to a partner by radio, amid the heavy gunfire, Cortez says, "Do not deviate much, Murillo! All united here, sticky each other. If we have to break us, we become popular here, "Pegaditos" sticky all, securing a perimeter."
Another moment that reveals the courage of these men is when Captain Gomez talks to a colonel, who confesses his impotence so desperate about the situation: "Here I could not get support. I've been fighting over an hour for me company take out a and I could not, brother. "
Captain Gomez, overlooking the blue sunny day, then tell the camera: "We are waiting for weather conditions improve to make the extraction." A second later have to duck because of the shooting.
The French journalist was kidnapped by the FARC in the midst of fighting between the guerrillas and the army on 28 April and released on May 30.