The Irish actor has been sporting a new moustache for the movie, with several photos appearing on Twitter.
NEWS: The filming of Jadotville is now over! Check the latest pictures from the set on: http://t.co/plWMq2viUu pic.twitter.com/mYE4fxTTob
— Jamie Dornan Online (@JamieDornan_org) June 27, 2015
Jamie Dornan and @amy_wilson100 on the set of Jadotville where filming is now approaching its end pic.twitter.com/v4pnhh6JQB
— Siege at Jadotville (@siegejadotville) June 25, 2015
Jamie Dornan on the set of #Jdotville Thank you savs_rose for sending this to me via IG xo pic.twitter.com/gVb7YEnXnz
— 50ShadesofGreysessed (@greysessed_) June 25, 2015
So was I the only person to recognize @JamieDornan on my flight from Johannesburg? #JamieDornan my son took the pic! pic.twitter.com/Pj3fYiCxj5
— miranda reeder (@mirandareeder) June 27, 2015
Dornan plays Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan, who leads a stand-off against white mercenaries, Belgian settlers and local tribesmen in September 1961, during the Katanga conflict in Congo-Léopoldville in Central Africa.
The siege marked the first time since the War of Independence that Irish Army soldiers went into battle against another nation's army.
The cast also includes Mark Strong, Jason O'Mara and Amy Louise Wilson. Actor (and director of the award-winning Tell No One) Guillaume Canet plays the French commander who sought to thwart Quinlan and his men.
Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights for the movie, which is being co-produced by Parallel Films.