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In 1975, as the war in Vietnam finally draws to a close, a number of Vietnamese refugees seeking new homes in the United States find themselves housed at the Camp Pendleton Marine base in California, where Sgt. Jim Lance (Patrick Swayze) is put in charge of their care. Lance is a compassionate man who tries to afford the refugees as much dignity and respect as is possible; frustrated by his inability to speak with them directly, Lance strikes up a friendship with Tai (Don Duong), who worked with the U.S. Army as a translator during the war and now wants to settle in America. Tai helps Lance speak with the refugees, and coaches him in conversational Vietnamese. Tai and Lance soon come to realize how much they have in common, and how they are both still coming to terms with the emotional scars inflicted upon them by the war.

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Special Features cc Widescreen presentation Audio commentary with director & cinematographer Audio: English 5.1 Surround, English 2-Channel (Dolby Surround), Spanish 2-Channel (Dolby Stereo) Subtitles: English Theatrical trailer Photo gallery Behind the scenes documentary Interactive menus Deleted scenes with optional director commentary Scene selections Digitally mastered Bonus trailers Flimographies "Light and Life in Green Dragon" Article

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