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An honest, sensitive story from a Vietnamese point of view.
Earnest, unsubtle and Hollywood-predictable, Green Dragon is still a deeply moving effort to put a human face on the travail of thousands of Vietnamese.
Just when the movie seems confident enough to handle subtlety, it dives into soapy bathos.
Plays as hollow catharsis, with lots of tears but very little in the way of insights.
A lyrical, bittersweet film about what could be termed a by-product of battle.
Drives for the same kind of bittersweet, conciliatory tone that Three Seasons achieved but loses its way in rhetorical excess and blatant sentimentality.
Revisiting the painful aftermath of Vietnam from the perspective of American-bound refugees, Timothy's film is an honorable if not great companion piece to his brother Tony's Three Seasons; both films played at the Sundance Festival dramatic competition
One of the best films of Swayze's Career....Not to be missed
I've yet to find an actual Vietnam War combat movie actually produced by either the North or South Vietnamese, but at least now we've got something pretty damn close.
The film's bathos often overwhelms what could have been a more multifaceted look at this interesting time and place.
An inspiring and heart-affecting film about the desperate attempts of Vietnamese refugees living in U.S. relocation camps to keep their hopes alive in 1975.
Flawed but worthy look at life in U.S. relocation camps.
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