A despondent Vietnam veteran in danger of losing his livelihood is pushed to the edge when he sees Vietnamese immigrants moving into the fishing industry in a Texas bay town.
Alamo Bay. A place where everyone risked everything for a piece of the American Dream.
Did You Know?
The film was made and released about twenty-five years after the unrelated famous Texan battle picture The Alamo
(1960) though both pictures shared the name "Alamo" in the title and both are set in the same state of Texas, USA. The film does reference the famous battle of the earlier movie by way of the racial conflict depicted in the picture. See more
Performed by Amy Madigan and John Hiatt
Guitar by Ry Cooder
Piano by Jim Dickinson
Drums by Jim Keltner
Bass by Jorge Calderon See more