A two-hour broadcast special of 24 it's what the release is about, i.e. a T.V Film based on the real-time television series "24" (2001), which chronicles a day in the life of Federal Agent Jack Bauer (Sutherland). Now, i was never a fan of either the American-cliched series nor the childishly bad synthy music that accompanied it but this has obviously gotten up to huge proportions. Below you'll find Information (that might NOT be spoiler-free) about the release and the film it accompanies, plus SOUND CLIPS from the CD release of the score through Varese Sarabande.
Click to listen to SOUND CLIPS from COLOSSEUM.DE
INFORMATION FROM COLOSSEUM.DE:
"The pulse-pounding countdown gets a jumpstart as 24: REDEMPTION, the unprecedented feature-length event premiere. 24: Redemption bridges the gap between Seasons 6 and 7, and is the first new material from 24 producers in over a year-and-a-half. A two-hour broadcast special.
Audiences last saw Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) literally standing on the precipice of a mountain cliff grappling with the reality that for all his heroics, he'd once more lost the woman he loved. 24: Redemption catches up with Bauer four years later, on the African continent, where he has sought solace in missionary work. As the action unfolds on the day of the U.S. Presidential Inauguration, he finds himself in the midst of a bloody uprising in the small fictitious African nation of Sangala, where a ruthless dictator is drafting innocent children as soldiers in his army. As the vicious warlord descends on an orphanage in search of recruits, Jack enters into a one-man crusade at the behest of a friend to rescue the children and get them to safety."