A squad of National Guards on an isolated weekend exercise in the Louisiana swamp must fight for their lives when they anger local Cajuns by stealing their canoes. Without live ammunition and in a strange country, their experience begins to mirror the Vietnam experience. Written by
Keith Loh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It will show you as much about SURVIVAL as 'Deliverance' as much about HUMAN COURAGE as 'Midnight Express' as much about ARMED CONFLICT as 'Apocalypse Now'
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Did You Know?
The song "Parlez nous à boire", heard towards the end of this movie, was actually sung by Dewey Balfa
, a Cajun musician who performed the traditional Cajun Indian music in the film. See more
While at the "town", the Cajun Hunter, played by Sonny Landham, shoots Hardin (Powers Boothe) in the left shoulder. Spenser comes in the room and fires his M-16, drawing attention away from the Hunter trying to finish the job on Hardin. The Hunter then turns and raises his rifle to shoot Spenser, then Hardin stabs the Hunter in the groin with a knife he took from a table. After the hunter falls to the floor in pain, the camera cuts to Hardin, who is seen with the bullet wound and blood on his right shoulder. The shot was obviously reversed for some reason. See more
How long you been married?
Yeah. I like her, she's got a good sense of humor. Why do you ask?
Well, I just figured if I get out of here alive and you don't, I might look her up.
Hey, I said *she* has a good sense of humor. *I* don't.
Song "Parlez-nous à Boire
Published by Flat Town Music Co. See more