For more than a decade, an Afghan interpreter known as Saber Rock has served U.S. and coalition forces in his home country during chronically dangerous missions, his heroic contributions to America earning the deadly wrath of the Taliban.
A few years ago, the insurgents nearly killed Saber Rock with an IED, leaving the young Afghan horrifically injured.
Indomitable in spirit and personal strength, he beat the odds and recovered, and he, his wife and son were rewarded by being moved to America.
But Saber Rock’s injuries were too severe for employers to give him a job in the United States. So a few short weeks ago Saber returned to the only work he knew, serving the U.S military back in his home country as a translator for the Green Berets. He faces grave danger, as the Taliban has put a $300,000 bounty on his head and Saber still carries more than 30 pieces of shrapnel in his body.
And like the Marines he served alongside, the four-star general that supported his family and the Afghan children he fought to keep from the Taliban, we’d like to bring him back to America.
So Circa is donating $1 from each download of the movie to a charity that will help bring Saber Rock back to America and endow a job for him teaching and inspiring journalists, policymakers and others about the possibilities for peace in his country.
To watch Saber Rock’s incredible story and help bring home a true hero, click here now.
WATCH | The trailer for the movie Saber Rock.
EXPLORE | Photos of Saber Rock in action.
Circa plans to donate up to $250,000 to the selected journalism charity from the earmarked proceeds from downloads.