Air Force One Is Down is a 2012 action television miniseries divided in two parts loosely based on a story by Alistair MacLean that was improvised on a 1981 novel by John Denis. The film stars Jeremy Sisto, Jamie Thomas King, Emilie de Ravin, Rupert Graves, Ken Duken and Linda Hamilton. Fergus Markey (Sisto) is given a flashback of children who were killed by an infamous mass-murder by the name of Arkady Dragutin, and decides to avenge them. When he arrives in front of Dragutin's safe house, he is denied access. As a result, he and his allies breach the property, leading to an instant gunfight. Meanwhile, a black vehicle is on the loose, using decoys as defense. Despite this, Markey manages to catch up and arrest Dragutin. At his trial in The Hague, the judge puts him on a life-sentence as a punishment for being the mastermind of playing wars in the process of creating the so-called "Greater Serbia", but Dragutin vows to "rip the heart out of Europe".