Machine Gun Preacher (2011) - full transcript

In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, addicted gang biker Sam Childers is released from prison and learns that his wife Lynn is no longer a stripper but has converted to Christianity. One night, Sam and his best friend Donnie give a ride to a hitchhiker who threatens Donnie with a pocketknife; however Sam reacts and turns the tables on the stranger. Sam is affected by the incident and is convinced by Lynn and his mother Daisy to join their church, and he is baptized. Sam finds a straight job in construction. When he meets a preacher from Africa, he decides to visit the continent. Sam travels to Northern Uganda and South Sudan many times and builds an orphanage for the victims of the cruel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Further, he fights whenever necessary and becomes a legend known as The Machine Gun Preacher.



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MAN: Here you go.

Y'all go fuck yourselves now, OK?



Give me a smoke.

I don't got any.

What? You quit?

Shit. That ain't gonna last.




Hey, bug. How you doing?

Did you see our sign?

Grandma and me made it this morning.

It's real nice.

Welcome home, son.

- Excited?
- Yep.

- Want some juice?
- Yep.

WOMAN: All right, then you help me set the table.

I made you all a meatloaf.

Hope you're staying for supper.

WOMAN: Oh, I don't know.

What time you gotta work?

Want me to warm up the corn for you?

- Yeah. That'd be great.
- OK.

I ain't on tonight.

What? Friday night, you ain't on?

What the hell is that?

Baby, why don't you go bring out the chair?

That cocksucker Mark better be givin' you your time

or I'm gonna go over there and bust in his teeth.

Why ain't there no beer?

WOMAN: I ain't dancing no more, Sam.

Quit a couple of weeks ago.

Got a job over at Freemont.

Are you telling me the truth or is this a joke?

Pick up a second shift every now and then, weekends if I want 'em.

It's good money.

Good money?

What, are you stupid, woman?

You quit stripping?

To pack fucking mushrooms

- at Freemont?
- Sam.

SAM: Ma, keep your mouth shut!

They're good to me over there, Sam.

They got daycare for Paige,

medical at the end of the year.

I'll tell you what you're gonna do.

You're going back to the Bunny Hop

and you're gonna get that cocksucker to give you your old slot back.

You wanna go outside and ride your bike?

- No, Sam.
- The fuck you ain't.

You're gonna get your ass back up there and make your tips.

It ain't right.

Fuck are you talking about?

I ain't dancing no more because it ain't right in the eyes of God.

He don't want me doing that no more.

Oh, you've found God now?

- That's what this is?
- He found me.

Don't give me that bullshit!

He's there for you, too, baby.

You're a fucking junkie stripper and you know it.

Not no more.

God helped me change while you was away.

Get your hands off me.

You can't keep going the way you've been going!




- Hey!
- What's going on?

Hey, Big Dave.

How's it going, buddy?


What the fuck?

Crazyhorse, there he fucking is!

- Donnie.
- It's about time, man.

- Holy shit!
- Figured you must be rolling out

sometime soon. Man.

WOMAN: Look at you.

How you doing, boy?

I'm doing.

Yeah? Let me get you.

You look no worse for the wear.

- I'm all right.
- Yeah?

You make any new friends in there?

Funny fucker.


Hey, your old lady ain't at the Bunny Hop anymore.

What's going on?

- Bitch found Jesus.
- No way.

Better him than the milkman, right?

- Not so sure about that.
- Yeah, right?

Glad to have you back.

- That's sweet.
- That's Jackie. Let's go.

Hey, here's to you.

Quit fucking around.


- What, you want a taste?

Fuck yeah.

All right.
Get moving.

Come on, let's go.


Crazyhorse. Crazyhorse.

SAM: Crazyhorse.









J' Down at the cross where my Savior died

J' God's righteous nature was satisfied

J' There to my sin was the blood applied

J' Glory to His name

J' Glory to His name

J' Glory to His name

J' There to my sin was the blood applied

J' Glory to His name


J' Glory to His name J'


Hallelujah! Hallelujah!

- Cold.
- It's right up here.

Open up, man! You there?


Come on, man, open up.


Fuck are you, man?

It's just me, man.

Come on, let me in It's fucking cold.

- I don't know you.
- Yeah, you do.

We were hanging out the other day.

I'm Bobby's friend.

Fuck is Bobby?
Man, get your cracker ass...

OK, have it your way.





Fuck that.

Where you going?

Fuck are you running from, pussy?
Huh? Huh?

Piece of fucking shit!

You wanna fuck with me?

I'll smash your fucking skull in!

MAN: I'll give you whatever you want!

SAM: I'll smash your fucking skull in!

MAN: I'll give you whatever you want!

SAM: Tell me where the fucking shit is!

I'll blow your nigger brains all over this fucking floor!

It's in there! It's in there!

Get it! Get a fucking move on!

Piece of shit!

- Get a fucking move on!
- All right. OK.

Hurry the fuck up!

MAN: Be cool, be cool.

Fuck, it's the shit, man. Fuck.

Be cool, man. Be cool.

Oh, shit. That's nice.

MAN: Whatever you want, man.

Give me the cash.

Give me the fucking cash!

All right!

Fucking nigger bitch.

- All right!
- MAN: Be cool, man!

Piece of shit.

Whoo! Yeah!


That was some crazy shit.

That was pretty fun.

That was pretty fun.

Where'd the fucking ashtray go?

Shit, Donnie. Your car is a mess.

You gotta clean this shit up.

Yes, stick me, baby.

I'm ready to take off.

Get a wake up?

I want to hit this.

I'm going a hundred miles an hour.

This is some good shit.

Fucking levitate!

OK. Be still now, baby.

I'm still.

I'm still as a cucumber.

Yup. Find it?

We good?

Get the whip.
Get the whip you...

Got the whip.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!


You got it! You got it.

I feel the need!

- The need for fucking speed.
- Motherfuck.

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Look at this sorry fucker over here.

DONNIE: I see him.

- Should we pick him up?
- SAM: Pull over.

- DONNIE: My good deed for the day.
- SAM: Yeah.

- Come on, bro!
- Come on. Come on.

Fucking cold as hell.
Wait, wait.


Fuck. Cold enough for you out there, boy?


- Where you going, man?
- Dunshore.

That's up there past Muncy, right?

- Yeah.
- We can take you as far as McClure.

Take me to Dunshore.

We ain't going to Dunshore.

We said we can take you as far as...

- Fucker! What the fuck!
- Keep driving,

or I'll cut his fucking throat.

Take that fucking blade off him!

Dunshore or I cut his fucking throat.

Take that fucking blade off him!

Chill out.

- No! Shit!
- Slow the fuck down.


What the fuck?!

DONNIE: What are you doing?

SAM: Pull over!


Help me.

- WOMAN: Good. Wanna try it again?
- PAIGE: Yep.

OK. Let's try it one more time.

- Pledge allegiance to the flag...
- To the flag,

of the United States of America.

...of the United States of America.

And to the republic for which it stands...

WOMAN: One nation.

PAIGE: One nation.

WOMAN: Under God.

PAIGE: Under God.

Indivisible with liberty and justice for all.

He coming or ain't he?

I don't know.

WOMAN: Honey, you ready?

I don't got no good shoes, Lynn.

Oh, baby, He don't care what kind of shoes you're wearing.

MAN: He breathes His spirit into the darkness,

and He makes something good.

He sees our shadow and He says "Let there be light."

The point of receiving God's word is life.

Life upon life, and to accept the blood of Jesus,

that is life upon life upon life.

Praise be to God.


Praise be to God.

In Mark it talks about John the Baptist, how he went about baptizing the water.

But John says there's coming one after me who's mightier than I.

I'm unworthy to even unlace the thong of his sandal.

I baptize the water, but He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.

So let us now proclaim His saving Grace.

If there are sinners here today, looking for God,

I want you to raise your hands.

Come on, raise them up high to heaven.

Raise your hands and stand up.

Come on, now. Stand up.

Receive Jesus Christ as your light and your savior.

Stand up!

Brother, I see it. I see that look of doubt in your eye.

I know you're thinking, I m just too dirty a sinner.

He can't forgive me." Yes, He can.

Yes, He can.
You just knock and be received.

Come on now, stand up.

Come on home to Jesus.
Yes, sir.

Stand up. All right. All right.

We're gonna wash away our sins

in the blood of the lamb.

We're gonna baptize right now.

Come on down.
Come on down right now.

Come on down.

Everybody, come on down here.


Yes. Come on down, brother and son.

Praise be to God.

We're gonna save some folks tonight.

Yes, come on down now.

Come on, brother.

We're gonna save you now.

Come on in.

Yes, I want you to cross your arms now.

Cross your arms. Yes.

Stand right here. OK.


MAN: Upon your confession of faith and your obedience to the word of God

regarding His death, burial and resurrection,

I do indeed baptize you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ

for the remission of your sins.

Hallelujah! Hallelujah!

Welcome home, brother.

Welcome home.
You're saved.

Hallelujah! Praise God!


J‘ When we've been there

J' Ten thousand years

J' Bright shining as

J' The sun

J' We've no fess days

J' To sing God's praise

J' Then when we first

- J' Begun J'
- Sam.


Here you go.

Thanks for the work.

Hey, you need me to stay on, I can.

No, we're gonna be moving inside next week.

I'll give you a call if something breaks.

You do good work.


And out of the houses, the rats came tumbling.

Brother rats, sister rats.

And husband rats followed their little rat wives.

TH! they came to the rag:'n' water

where they drowned and lost their lives.

I don't deal bikes.

You might have a better shot if you take it over to Pitt.

Or maybe down to Philly.

I gotta sell it today.

WOMAN: I got something in Pitt.

But you gotta have some college for that.


Well, well, well.

I was wondering when I'd see you again, man.

How you doing, my brother?

- I'm doing.
- Yeah.

I missed you.

I heard you... found Jesus.

Yeah, a little bit.


Hey, Jackie.

Give me a mash and a Bud.

- Hey, Sam.
- Hey, Jackie.

You want something?

No. I'm good.

Hey, you know, that old Indian didn't die that night.

- What?
- Yeah, saw it on the TV.

Somebody picked the poor bastard up and took him to the emergency room.


Can you believe that shit?

God was looking out for both of us, I suppose, then.

Here's to Him.


I didn't hear you pull up.

No, I got Lynn's car.

She broke down on you?


I sold her.

No fucking way, man.

Should have come seen your old buddy first.

I know. I know.

You want a taste?


I'm sorry I'm late.

Gave blood over at Pitt.

It's all I got.

MAN ON TV: We are tracking what now looks like a tornado outbreak

moving into eastern Pennsylvania.

We've now confirmed two tornadoes that touched down in the Harrisburg area.

- Two touched down near Harrisburg.

- Each storm is moving very fast,

moving northeast towards Allentown, Redding and Lancaster.


Come on, Paige, you gotta get up.

Wake up.

Come on, come on, come on.


Baby, what are you doing?


- I know.



- OK.
- Stand back.


Get in.


You hear me?

You hear me, bug?

- We're going to play the game, bug.
- Whale!

I'm thinking of a snail, bug.

I'm thinking of a whale.

Good job, bug. Good job.

You said whale.

I'm thinking of a pail.

You said pail.

I'm thinking of a tail.

Good job, bug.

(VOICE FADES) Good job.





Hey, Billy.

BILLY: Tried ringing you, but your phone's down.

That damn twister touched down eight places between here and Noblesville.

Chewed up 600 homes in Fulton County alone.

Got all the work you can handle if you're interested.

I'm interested.

But I'm putting my own crew together.

We go 50-50 on the jobs.

You cover me and any heavy machines I need.

BILLY: Sixty-forty till you pay me back on the tools.

Then we go half and you got a deal.

I can still see.

Keep them closed.

What are you doing, Sam Childers?

- Ready?
- Yes.

- PAIGE: Yeah.
- Open them up.

PAIGE: Where are we?

We're home, Paige.

That's ours?

Go on, check it out.

Your room's upstairs.

It's the small one.

SAM: That's everything.

LYNN: You get what's in the trunk?


Lord, you are filthy, Sam Childers.

- Who you calling filthy, woman?
- You.

Now you're filthier than I am.


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Come on, give me a little shake.

Mm, I don't do that no more.

- Huh?
- Mm-mm.

Not even for your old man?

Maybe just a little bit.

There you go.

You're naughty.

Come here.



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J' There is power, power, wonder-working power

J' In the precious blood of the lamb J'


Today we have a special guest.

It is my pleasure to present to you Pastor Relling

from the Kilangire Christian Mission in Uganda, Africa.

Pastor Relling.


Thank you, Pastor Krause, and thank you, brothers and sisters,

for inviting me into this house of the Lord.

I'm here today to talk to you about your Christian brothers and sisters,

families just like yours half a world away that desperately need your help.

Though they might appear to be strangers,

living a life very different from our own,

in God's eyes, every man is a brother.

And every soul is deserving of your Christian charity.


Don't move.

Be cool.

What the fuck, man?

What are you doing here?

I'm here for that boy right there.

You gonna get in the way of that?


Sammy, I can't do it.

I can't. I can't.

God don't make trash, boy.

He ain't giving up on you, so don't you give up on Him, you hear me?

What was wrong with her anyway?

Well, I don't know.

They called it thrombosis.

And she couldn't walk, she couldn't drive anymore.

But I think that prayer circle made all the difference in the world.

- LYNN: Now she can get her hair done.
- That's right.

Babe, why don't you go grab some more beans, will you?

You know, I was thinking about that fella Sunday.

- What fella?
- That... Pastor Relling.

- WOMAN: Mm.
- The missionary fella.

WOMAN: That's a nice-looking man.

Oh, yeah, he talked funny.

Yeah, he's just from a difference place than us, baby, that's all.

SAM: I like what they're doing down there.

- It's a good cause.
- Sure is.

I was thinking maybe I could go over there.
You know?

See what they got going on.

- Africa?
- Yeah.

You mean like to help them?

SAM: Yeah, why not?

Reckon they can do with all the help they can get.

Especially in construction.

WOMAN: Oh, yeah.

Well, that's a good idea.

Thought I'd go and do that.

LYNN: What about the business?

What about that job you got going over in Boswell?

Job's gonna be finished in five days.

I'll only be gone for a few weeks, though.

I'll be back before you know it.

WOMAN: That's not so long, we'll be fine.

- Mm-hm.
- It's not so long.

- Yeah? Yeah?
- It's a nice idea, Sam.


What are you?

Ugandan army or something?

SPLA. Sudanese People's Liberation Army.

Yeah, I don't know that.

What's that?

We are freedom fighters.

Well, hello, freedom fighters.
I'm Sam.

My name is Deng.

Deng? Nice to meet you, Deng. Sam.

- Marco.
- Hey, Marco.

So, you boys busy or...

...maybe you can give me a hand with the rubble.

No. I didn't think so.

All right. Good.

Well, I'll let you guys get back to what you were doing.

But I'll be seeing you around.



Some of us are going into Kampala tomorrow night.

Try to find a little fun this weekend.

You wanna come along?

Actually, I was thinking of going up north.

You crazy?
There's a civil war going on up there.

I know.

Suit yourself.

- Hey, Deng, want a Coke?
- Yes.

- Here you go.
- Thank you.

You got a cool breeze blowing through the shade here.

- It's very hot today.
- Yeah.

I got a question for you.

I want to go into Sudan this weekend.

Need someone to show me around.

You interested?

- The others are going to Kampala.
- I know.

That ain't my speed no more.

I wanna see some country.

You want to see?

SAM: This thing go any faster?

DENG: I wish it could.

Traveling is the most dangerous time in Sudan.

If the rebels find us on the open road, it would be very bad.

So where you from?

From a little village called Aweil.

Many hours from here.
And you?

- Are you from New York City?
- No.

I ain't no city boy.

I'm a hillbilly from Pennsylvania.


That's it. Pennsylvania.


Is Aweil where your family is?

Not anymore.

My family was killed by the LRA.

The Muslim north has been killing the Christians in the south

for over 30 years.

Two million of my people lost their lives.

These people have been driven from their villages.

But as you can see, these camps are not much better.

Cholera and malaria are everywhere.

Even here they are afraid the LRA will attack at night.


Sony, I will be right back.

Of course.

Do what you gotta do.

Excuse me, you.

Black shin. Come over here.

Please help me.

I need to transfer this woman to the bed.

Grab her by her shoulders.

One, two...

What do we have here?

Trauma to the lips.

Can I have some gauze please, for direct pressure.


What happened?

Trauma to her lips.

What happened to her face?

She argued with the rebels so they cutoff her lips.

These are Kony's orders.

Who's Kony?

Who are you with?

I'm with Deng over there.

Which organization?

I'm with the Christian group down in the south.

Just up here taking a look around.

This isn't a tourist destination.

This is a war zone.

If you stay here, you're going to get killed.

- Thank you for your help.
- Get the VT.

DENG: Some people say Kony's a wizard.

A shape-shifter.

He calls himself a Christian, but I say he's Satan

who devours his own people.

So, Kony is the...
he's the leader of the LRA?

Yes, he's the one we've been fighting for years.

But there's very little we can do.

Our weapons are old, our boots full of holes.

We've been forgotten by the whole world.

What are you doing here?

Excuse me?

What are you looking for in this place?

I ain't looking for nothing.

So... you get your picture taken?

Go back to your life and all this will be stories you will tell your friends.

(SCOFFS) Yeah, maybe.

Hey, can I take a look at that gun?

- You say she's jamming on you?
- Mm-hm.


Yeah, that's 'cause she's full of dirt Dirt and grit.

You gotta strip her down once a day.

Keep her well oiled.

No wonder she's jamming on you.

- Are you military?
- Hell no.

I just like my guns.


DENG: The night commuters.

They come from deep in the bush.

Their parents send them out because it's safer to sleep here

than in their own homes.


Because death comes at night into villages.

These are the lucky ones so far.

The ones the rebels haven't found yet.


Come on! Get up, let's go.

Come on, get up.

Let's go. Get up.

Hey, get up. Let's go.

Get a move on. Get up.

Hey, come on. Get up.

What are you doing?

Let's go. Get up.

They ain't sleeping out here.

Tell them they're coming inside.

Come on, you all get up.

- Sam.
- Let's go.

Sam. There are too many.

You can't help them all.

Well, I can take these ones here.

Yeah. Come on inside.


- Come on. Hurry up.

I'm coming.

Go on. Take a bed.




The LRA attacked a village last night.

You said you wanted to see.






You see any tigers over there?

No, I didn't see no tigers.

Do they even have tigers over there?

(SCOFFS) I don't think so.


Did you go on a safari?

No. I ain't go on no safari.

Come on. Let's go to bed.


There we go.

I'm thinking of a plane.

No, no, come on.
You gotta get to sleep.

Come on, Dad, plane.

I'm thinking of a plane.


You said plane, I'm thinking of a train.

You said train, I'm thinking of a brain.

You said brain, I'm thinking of a...

- Gotcha.
- OK, you got me. OK.

You could have said "drain" or "mane," like a horse's hair.

Sweet dreams, bug.

Good night, Dad.

Good night.

PAIGE: I'm glad you're home.

Coming to bed?

Yeah, in a bit.



What you doing?

Making plans.

- You been to bed yet?
- No.

I had a vision last night, Lynn.

I know it sounds crazy, but God spoke to me.

Here. Take a look at this.

Come on, take a look.

I'm going to build a church.

A church?

Yeah. Right across the street.

But not a church like Faith United or Calvary Fellowship, you know.

A place that ain't gonna turn you away if you're a prostitute

or a drug addict or something.

A place for sinners just like me, but who want to hear the word of God.

How you gonna pay for a church?

Well, we got money in the bank, business is good, besides,

I own a construction company, so I'm gonna give us one heck of a good deal

- on the build.
- You're crazy.

A little bit.

Now, here, take a look at this.


- What is that?

That's the orphanage that I'm gonna build.

In Sudan.

Frank, make sure that siding's plumb.

FRANK: All right, Sam.


J' I witness

J' I see the cross up on Mount Calvary

J' His fight stiff shines in you

J' His fight stiff shines in me

J' I witness


- Yep.
- It's five till and he ain't here.

- Call him?
- Yeah, I called him.

Well, then call him again.

J' You found me in darkness and gave me sight

J' Your love and Your glory are endless

J' Oh, yes, You're here with me

J' Guiding me with Your true fight

J' Build my heart and make it right

J' Your love and Your glory are endless

J' Your love and Your glory are endless

J' Oh, Lord You're here with me J'


Thank you.

Now, you folks are sounding pretty good up here.

L gotta say



Sony. There we go.

- How's that? Good?
- Good.

Well, I'd like to thank you all for coming out today

for the first day of worship here at Shekinah Fellowship Church.

Thank you.

Never really been too keen on talking in front of people.

But the guest speaker that we had today, well, he didn't show up,

so I thought I would get up and say a few words.

OK, well, lot of youse knows me pretty good.

Knows I ain't exactly the best seed in the bunch.

Maybe you was wondering what made me want to build this here church.

I gotta tell you that standing up here right now, I ain't so sure myself.


But God don't only call the good.

I reckon every now and again he calls us sinners, too,

and I was about as bad as they come.

Bunch of years ago I was in the woods.

I was running from some pretty bad fellas.

Woods over there by Clean/.

And those old boys, they was coming after me pretty hard.

Well, I reached in my bag.

I was looking for my old shotgun.

Well, it was gone.

And my mama had took it out when I wasn't looking,

and shoved this here bible in there instead.

Yes, she did.

Well, I figured I was pretty much done for,

so I sat down under an oak tree with this useless book in my hand

and I just waited.

And then the strangest thing happened.

Those boys, they just...
they ran right on past me.

They didn't even see me sitting there.

Now, the way I figure it,

things would have turned out pretty different

if I pulled out that shotgun instead of this here bible.

But, you know, it got me thinking.

God is looking out for each and every one of you, too.

And all you gotta do is just open the door

and let him right on in.

ALL: Amen!

SAM: It's OK, sweetie.

I'll be back before you know it.

You're gonna miss my play.

Mama can videotape it for me.

I gotta get.

You watch out for them while I'm gone, buddy, OK?

That's done, man.


You came all the way here to bring us some new boots?


OK, right here. Stop the car.
Stop the car.

DENG: Sam.

Sam, wait.

It's not safe here.

This is it.

MAN: This is not a good idea.

I think it's a heck of a good idea.

It would be better a little further south, towards Kampala.

If I wanted to be closer to Kampala, I'd be closer to Kampala.

But I want to be right here.


What are you saying?

What's he saying?

Said the north is very dangerous.

Villages in this area are very remote, Mr. Childers.

There's nothing there.

Then I would think that them people would need help the most.

This is a war zone, Mr. Childers.

The LRA will kill you.

Look, I don't think you understand what I'm saying,

so let me make it real clear to you.

I'm buying this land.

This is what can unite us.

Arabism cannot unite us.

Africanism that is opposed to Orba cannot unite us.

Islam cannot unite us.

But Sudanism...
Sudanism can unite us

because it is a common factor.


I told you. Stay out of there.

You'll get all dirty.

You sure you don't want to play someplace else?

- No.
- No. Come on.

- Sam.
- Yeah.

This is Betty.
She's from Kotido.

Hey, Betty. How are ya?

I'm fine, how are you?

I'm OK.

DENG: She knows you need someone to run the orphanage.

Yeah. I said stay out of there.

I'm looking for somebody to help me keep the place in order.

Look after things while I'm away.

She can do this.

And now, what about the children?

Can she feed the children?

Fix them up when they're sick?

Can she do that?


She's hired.

Thank you.

You say your prayers or something?

- I already did.

All right. Sweet dreams.

Ain't you gonna read me a book?


- Then let's play a game.
- Yeah.

I'm thinking of a dog.

What about it?

- Never mind, Donnie.
- All right.

My dad usually gives me a kiss on the forehead before he leaves.

You can do that.

Yeah. Sure.

Night, Donnie.

DONNIE: Sweet dreams.

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How many are there?

Around 20.

- Where are your men?
- Down there.

Get me a gun.



Take this.

We got to get everyone back to the church.

That's our best shot.

I'm going to get the kids.
Cover me.



Betty! Betty, bring them to the church!
Come on!



Shh. Shh.

Come on. Tell them to stay together.

Stay close.

Come on.

MAN: Get down!





OK, get in the corner.

Get in the corner.


Get in the corner.
Get in the corner.

Come on, children.

Come on, come on.



- SAM: Hey, it's me.
- You OK?

It's all gone. All of it.

They burned it down.

Nothing left.

Where are you?

- Nimule.
- It's a test, Sam.

I can't do it no more, Lynn.
It's over.

- Sam.
- Yeah.

Can you hear me?

Yeah, I can hear you.

Them kids have had their whole lives burned to the ground and worse.

How many of them you see giving up?

God gave you purpose, Sam Childers.

Now, get off your butt, stop your crying and build it again.

You hear me?


Now, cut it all down.

So they got nowhere to hide.

Up. Down.

SAM: All right, outfielders.

Now, stay nice and spread out.

Hey, what's this?


No patty cakes.
None of that.

You're shortstop.
You're here.

Don't move.

POPPY, you ready?

Remember what I said?

Put your right hand there,

- left hand there.

You, swing through. There you go.


- You look great, Poppy.
- Yeah.

You look great.
Matak, pay attention.

- Ready to pitch? Is everybody ready?
- Yes.

Everybody ready, outfield?

All right.

Let's play baseball.

All right, Matak. Nice and easy.

Give me a pitch.

What are you doing?

Don't kick the ball.

What are you doing?

It's supposed to be baseball.



SAM: What happened?

There was an attack outside Adjumani.



What's she saying?

She's asking what she did wrong.

You didn't do nothing wrong.

She wants to know if you are the preacher.

I'm the preacher.

You tell her she's going to be OK.


- Where you going?
- Adjumani.

Sam. Sam, please wait.

No, I ain't waiting around no more for this to happen.

See what waiting gets you?




Marco, no! Marco!

Don't fire that thing!

There's kids behind the truck!


You OK?


It's OK.





Hey, buddy.

Ain't you gonna say nothing?

I'll see you later.

See you have a bodyguard.

Guess I do.

Take care of things while I'm gone, OK?

- DENG: I will, Preacher.
- SAM: All right.

You can't come with me, buddy.

Come on.



SA M: In your actions, you give service to the Lord.

He's not interested in your good intentions, your good thoughts.

No, He wants your backs.

Your hands.

Your sweat.

Your blood to pour into the foundation that will build up His kingdom!

- ALL: Amen!
- Amen!

What do you think?

I think it's great.

We started daycare last month.

Monday through Friday from eight to two.

Sundays after first worship for a few hours if anybody needs it.

I'm thinking maybe we could set up a playground.

Some swings, some things that kids can climb on.

No, we can't build anymore.

Not for a while.

You said Sundays has been full.

Yeah, it's been full, but that doesn't mean people are giving money like today.

You know, economy's slow, construction business is slow.

Times is tight.

Be good for them kids, Lynn.

Yeah, well, they got the playground over at Cairnbrook,

and they can play at the school on the weekends if they want.

No, no. No, I'm talking about Africa.

MAN: What I heard, you built yourself one hell of a church

over there in Central City.

SAM: Yeah, we set it up pretty good, but we still got a ways to go.

Anyways, Bill, the reason I called you, the reason I'm here is because

I wanted to talk to you a little bit more about our outreach program.

You know, the thing we're doing over there in Africa.

Of course, I know about what you're doing over there.

I mean, hell of a thing, Sam, helping out those kids. God bless you.

Thank you, Bill.
I appreciate that. I do.

But I gotta be straight with you.

We are hunting for money.

Now, if we had the support of good people like yourselves,

sure would help things go a lot smoother over there.

Sam. Everybody around here is feeling the pinch.

I hear that, Bill. I do.

But if you once could see what it is we're doing down there...

It's about more than the money.

And I ain't asking for a lot.

How much are you looking for?

Five thousand dollars is all.

Jesus Christ, Sam.

- Five thousand dollars?
- Come on, Bill.

That ain't hardly gonna put you out there on the street now, is it?

Well, that's not the point.

And that's gonna keep them doors open for another six months.

Look around here. People are losing their jobs left and right.

It's tough to go asking for five thousand dollars

for a bunch of African children halfway around the world.

Bill, I understand that we got problems right here,

but this is a different kind of problem.

- Different, how?
- That orphanage

is the last hope these kids got.

Now, with that kind of money,

we can feed them kids, house them kids,

buy me a new generator, which is sorely needed.

I gotta tell you, Bill, you would be saving a hell of a lot of lives.

All right. Here's what I'll do.

I'll see what I can come up with.

- OK.
- All right.

- OK, Bill.
- OK.

Hey, why don't you bring the family over next Sunday.

We're having a little bit of a barbecue.


Well, come on in.

You all must be the Childers, welcome.

I am Shannon, Bill's ball and chain.

I'm Lynn. This here is Paige.

Good to meet you.


There he is.

Hey, Sam, glad you all could make it.

Oh, who's this lovely young lady?

This is Paige.

I'll tell you what.

You come on in here and you meet some people.

This is the gentleman I was telling you about.




Sam. There you are.

A little something for the kids up there.

What we were talking about earlier.

- Thank you, Bill.
- Yeah, don't mention it.

Why are we leaving so soon?

Get in the car.

- Is everything all right?
- Thank you.

What is wrong?

Son of a bitch is crying poor-mouth to me,

and he's living in a damn Taj Mahal.

I asked him for $5,000 to feed a bunch of motherless babies,

and you know what he gave me?

One hundred and fifty bucks.

He spent more than that on salsa for his party.

We are locked in a fight with the devil.

Now, I can't do this on my own.

I can't take the pressure and the pain and the loneliness.

I need each one of you to back me up.

And I need you all to bring your game.

- And the Lord will raise you up!
- ALL: Hallelujah!

- Hallelujah!
- ALL: Hallelujah!

If we have to cut back, then the devil has won.

And we don't want the devil to win, do we?

ALL: No!

I'm sorry, but $2,500 is the best I can do for those guns.

Tell you what.
Throw in the car for five.

SA M: Almost there.


- Hands over eyes.

Micrah, no cheating.

No cheating.

Just a little bit more.

OK, stop.

Open your eyes.


- SAM: Yeah!

Come on.


BOY: Thank you.

SAM: It's all right.


It's good to see the kids laugh.

Amen to that.

Listen, I would like to add a few more guards to you during the day.


Because Kony's offering money for your heads.

- Offering money for my head?
- Yes.

I must be doing something right.

Don't worry about it.

I can take care of myself.

He said anything yet?

All we know is that him and his brother were taken by the rebels.

SAM: Where's his brother?

DENG: We don't know.

You don't want to go play with the other kids?

You know, sometimes it helps to tell somebody

what you got locked up inside.



I've done a lot of things that I ain't proud of.

Hun a lot of people.

Truth is helping you kids is about the only good thing

I've ever done in this life.

But I'm scared that one day I'll...

...close my eyes to all this and make it somebody else's problem.

You got no idea what I'm saying, do you?

Who's that?


It's our leader.


John Garang?

MAN: So they call you the white preacher.

Is this what I should call you?

You can call me Sam.

I hear what you are doing for the children of Sudan and I'm grateful.

I just wanted to see myself.

Well, this is it.

We've got a couple hundred with us here.

Feed another thousand a day, nearby villages.

And you do this, and yet these are not your people.

The struggle is not your own.

Yeah, well, I've kinda made it my struggle.

Till someone else starts fighting the fight for these children,

then I'm the one that's gonna do it.

- You're just stubborn, aren't you?
- As a mule.

I wish I had more men like you.

There are peace talks scheduled for the end of August in Naivasha.

I would like you to come as my guest.

You know, talking about peace in a room somewhere

is a waste of time if you ask me.

You gotta go out and make it.

You speak what is on your mind.

I heard this about you.

Really? What else did you hear?

Well, I heard that you don't suffer fools.

And that you like a good fight.

I heard you were taller.


So, you see, we're not so dissimilar, Sam.

You made the fight for these children your struggle,

and I made the freedom of Southern Sudan my struggle.

But pan of my struggle happens in these rooms.

I hear you.

So you so think maybe we could convince you to come to peace talks one day?


Should be coming up soon.

Anybody see anything?

Marco! See something?

MARCO: Nothing. Nothing.

I don't know.

Should be around here.

You should pull over.

DENG: The intel was very clear.

SAM: I don't see nothing.

This is it.

No, wait, wait.

There. I got two.

Right there.


Come on. Come on, it's OK.

Come on.

OK, they ain't moving.

A.J., Nineteen, go get those kids.

Deng. Call camp, tell them we're coming back with two, possibly injured.


Be careful.





What'd he say?

- What's he saying?
- A.J. is dead!


SAM: Tell him don't move. OK?

Don't move!


Stay down!
Ask him if he saw the shooter.





- He did not see him.


You see him?

He's on the ridge, within the rocks.

Can you reach the Mauser?

When I say go, I want you to put all you got into those rocks up there.



DENG: I think you got him!



DONNIE: Sam, it's me, man.

SA M: Donnie.

Is everybody OK?

DONNIE: Yeah, everybody's great, man.

I'm just calling to say hey, that's all.

SA M: Hey.

How are the girls?

Oh, they're doing great, man.

Yeah, Paige made us dinner the other night.

Chocolate chip pancakes.

- SA M: By herself?
- Yeah.

All by herself.

I mean, I helped her with the stove.

But you know, she mixed it all up.

They were real good, too.

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So how's it going over there?

- SA M: It's going fine, buddy.
- Yeah?

Man, that must be wild.

I'd like to come over there sometime,

check it out, you know?

Get the hell out of here for a while.

That'd be nice.

See what that's like.

Sounds good.

Hey, Sam, can I ask you a question?

- Yeah.
- Do you really think...

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Is that all the soy mince we got?

They talk about you in the camps.

The children.

They say there's a white preacher who hunts the LRA.

This place does not need more guns, Mr. Childers.

I'm just trying to help these people, same as you.

Don't delude yourself.

You're a mercenary, not a humanitarian.

I got 200 kids who are gonna sleep safe tonight.

Right or wrong, that's all the reason I need.

That's how it always starts.

With people thinking that they're killing for the right reasons.

Why don't you fight the evil in this place your way,

and let me fight it mine.

They say you're doing good,

that you have special powers.

You're protected by angels and can't be killed by bullets.

They said the same thing about Kony in the beginning, too.




SAM: Hold your fire!

Hold your fire!

MAN: Preacher.

SAM: Let's get them out of here.

Deng. Tell them that we're not going to hurt them.

OK, in the light.
That's good.

That's good.

We don't have room for all of them.

SAM: How many can we fit in the truck?

Twenty, 25 maximum.

What have we got, like 40?

OK. All right. You, you go.

You. You go. You, go.

What are you doing?

You. You go.
You. You.

We gotta take as many as we can.

We gotta take the little ones

and the ones that are sick.

We'll come back for the other ones later.

Marco, Adeem.

Take these ones here on the truck.

We should call for backup.

We got no time.

We take the ones we can.

You, you go. Yeah, you go. Go, go.

All right. You, stay, stay.

OK, tell the other ones we'll come back later.


- Tell them.



Don't come back until you see my face.


- Deng, hey!
- Get in here.

Tell them to hide.

Don't move till they see my face.

Deng, get in!

I don't have no more space.

I'll be back in two hours.

Two hours, we'll be back.

Marley, gas it up, we're leaving in five.


What are you doing over there?


DONNIE: Hey, sorry, man.

Sixteen was all backed up.

Welcome home, buddy. Yeah.

You must be wiped out, man.

Yeah, I'm sorry, 16... fucking mess.

Only assholes out driving tonight.

Shut up.

Shut up, open your eyes, wake up.

Wake up, shut up!

You call yourselves the children of God?

Well, you ain't.

No, y'all just sheep following Him.

Deaf, dumb and blind.

But God don't want sheep!

MAN: Praise the Lord.

He wants wolves to fight His fight!

ALL: Amen! Amen!

Men and women with teeth to tear at the evil that is out there!


The Lord's prophets are not men in fancy clothes.

They're warrior prophets!

The men of conviction, who ain't afraid to pick up a sword

and use it! Why not?


Soldiers willing to fight against his enemy, wherever they may be!

Soldiers willing to fight to their last breath.

Hallelujah! Wake up!

SAM: I want you...

I want you to look at this.

- That's a ten-year-old boy.
- MAN: Sam.

He had his arms cutoff.

Just hacked off.

This is not necessary.
It's not necessary.

Could you come back in a minute, please.

- Here.
- Please.

Look, I only got one truck over there.

I need the money to get another vehicle.

Now, I found this one in Kampala that I can get.

We took out a second on your home.

I got a real good deal...

Sam, we know what you're doing over there in Africa and we support it.

But I'm telling you we cannot give you any more money.

You don't hear what I'm saying.
Look at this.

You're completely leveraged.

- See this?
- Yes.

This girl watched her family being killed,

and then they set her on fire.

This is not necessary.

No, no, no. John, just look at... John.

John, look at the picture.

- I'm looking, Sam.
- Look at the picture.

Now, I ain't asking for money for a hot tub or a vacation

or something like that.

Company policy says...

I'm asking for an extra vehicle so that
I can save some children, John, OK?

Do you understand that?

I do, but I'm telling you...

But nothing!

But nothing! Now, I need you to get in your little book there

and do whatever it is you gotta do to get me that car!

You need to calm down.

Don't tell me to calm down!

PAIGE: Mary Strauss and them's having dinner at The Chimney.

LYNN: Who's her date?

PAIGE: Tony Wilkes.

LYNN: I thought Tony Wilkes was going with Patty Hobbes' daughter.

- PAIGE: They broke up last month.
- Mm.

WOMAN ON TV: Sudanese opposition leader John Garang

has been killed in a helicopter crash.

That's according to a statement released by the Sudanese government

in Khartoum.
Garang was hailed as a peacemaker in Sudan

and was instrumental in ending the 21-year civil war

that has ravaged that country.

- Dad.
- Six of Garang's associates

and seven others also died in the crash, which is being blamed on bad weather.

PAIGE: What do you think about us getting a limo for next weekend?

Wouldn't be too expensive since there'd be six of us.

What do you think?

Hello? Earth to Dad.

Honey, you OK?

Well, heck, I'll just take you all.

We ain't cramming in the back of your Caprice.

Fit in there easy.
You're little.

We got dresses, Donnie.

We'll get all wrinkled.

Plus, it smells in there.

DONNIE: Yeah, I'll squirt some perfume.

You'll be all right.

PAIGE: Dad, what do you think?

Can we get a limo?


Dad, please, Patty and them's getting one.


We could probably get a deal through one of Tom Hickey's boys.

Wouldn't cost too much between six of them.

You ain't spending money on no freaking limousine.

- But Dad...
- What the hell did I just say?

Honey, we're just talking about it.

Yeah, well, there's too much talk in this house.

I got mouths to feed.

You're talking about pissing money away on a limo.

But it's my formal, Dad.

I don't give a shit what it is!

OK, you ain't getting no limo!

You love them black babies more than you love me!

Watch your mouth, little girl, before I slap it for you.

- Hey, hey.
- What the fuck are you doing?

Take it easy, bro.

Don't tell me to take it easy

in my own fucking house! All right?

Now, that ain't your wife.

And this ain't your family.

You ain't nothing but a stray fucking dog around here.

You don't mean that.

Like hell I don't.

Now, get the fuck outta here,

before I put your face through that fucking wall.


You're that preacher, ain't ya?

Yeah, you him.

I seen your face in the papers a few years ago.

Called you the Machine Gun Preacher, right?

- Yeah.
- Told you this is the guy.

Hot damn, I knew it.

The paper's talking about you some kind of a...

...African Rambo or something, right?

If you don't mind, I'd just like to sit here right now.

You still helping them niggers over there?

See, the way I figure it...

...the reason you're so interested in helping them porch monkeys

is probably 'cause you throwing it in them nigger bitches, ain't ya?



You're gonna sit there and you're gonna let me talk.

I've always believed in you.

Trusted you, trusted the Lord.

And do what I could so you could follow your dream.

But I ain't willing to lose you to what you're doing over there.

Ain't just gonna sit back and watch you get swallowed up by it.

Now, I know that you're all them kids got over there,

but you're all we got, too.

Paige needs her father.

Damn it, Sam, I need my husband.



DONNIE: Shit, man, where the hell are you?


Leave a message.


- It's Donnie, man.

Shit, I was hoping you'd be there.

I wanna talk to you.

It's no big deal.

I was just thinking about...
when we were kids.

And in the summertime we'd go over to that quarry near Montrose.

Remember that?


...bring our ropes.

We'd go swimming.

Climb around on the walls all day.

I wish you was here to pray with me.

SAM: A lot of youse wants me to stand up here and make some sense out of this.

Tell you there's some meaning.

You know, maybe there's a purpose for what happened to Donnie.

That's why you came here today.

You want me to tell you that... that God has His plan for all of us and...

...when it's time to call us on home, He's just gonna do it.

That's what you want me to say.

But that's not what I'm gonna tell you.

Mom, who are those men?

I don't know.

Hey, does this go?

No, I don't think that goes.

- Excuse me. What are you doing?
- Loading up.

Sam! What is going on?
What is...?

That's the last of the tools.

Where they taking our stuff?

Ain't ours no more.

You best go through it and make sure they ain't taking

anything that belongs...

Hey, don't you touch that.


I know you're hunting, I know you're
angry, but we need to talk about this.

It's all done. So save your breath.

You sold the business?

You sold the business?

I need a new truck for the orphanage.

A new truck?
You sold the business for a new truck?

That was our future, Paige's future, Sam.

Everything that we have has gone to those children.

There's a point,

baby, where there ain't no more to give.

What's the combination?

- What's the combination?
- Paige's birthday.

You don't know it, do you?

You don't remember your own daughter's birthday.

You fight for everyone but us.

That's all we got.

You can make it up with the ministry.

What ministry, Sam?

They see how far gone you are, they see what you've become.

You need to get quiet with the Lord.

No. You know what?

I'm done with the Lord.

No, don't you say that.

Don't you turn your back on Him.

He turned His back on me.

Where is He, Lynn?

Where is the Lord now?

Cause I don't see Him around here Did He save Donnie?

Did He save those kids?

No, He didn't save those kids.

Please don't leave.


Welcome back.



WOMAN: Don't reverse.
Don't reverse.

- They are going to kill us.
- No, they're not.

If you move, they're gonna shoot.

Calm down, I'm going to go talk to them.

It's OK, we're a relief convoy.

Relief convoy.

We've only got medical supplies, we're non-military.

The men no longer trust you to lead them into battle.

They say you have a wish to die.

I'm worried about my friend.

I don't need your help.



I remember my parents when I sleep.

My father was big like you.

They shot him.

The rebels gave me a club, and told me...

...if I did not kill my mother...

...they'll shoot my brother and me.

And so I killed my mother.

If we allow ourselves to be full of hate...

...then they've won.

We must not let them take our hearts.




Baby, can you get that?


Bug? You there?

- Dad?
- Yeah, it's me.

Are you OK?

I'm thinking of a tree.

You said tree, I'm thinking of a knee.

You said knee.

I'm thinking of a bee.

I love you, bug.

(SOBS) I love you too, Dad.


You like that?

That's my daughter.

- DENG: Sam.
- What's going on?

An LRA unit has been spotted.

They are moving north across the border.

What are we waiting for then?

Gotta go.





The village outside of Akot says an LRA caravan came through an hour ago.



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Come on.

Come on.



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Come on.

SAM: Push in, everybody.

There you go.

Sam. We cannot make them walk.

This is the only one we have.

OK, watch your hand.

Keep your eyes peeled.

That road back there might still be hot.

So be ready.

What about you, preacher?

We're staying.

Go on, get out of here.

For me to sit here and give all kinds of excuses to make it right,

I can't do.

But what I want to ask everyone out there,

everyone that has a child, everyone that has a brother or a sister,

if your child or your family member was abducted today,

if a madman came in, a terrorist came in,

abducted your family member or your child,

and if I said to you, I can bring your child home...

does it matter how I bring 'em home?



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