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A CIA agent posing as a journalist assassinates a North Vietnamese official, then escapes into the jungle, where he comes across a beautiful female spy. At first they're enemies, but come to the realization that they must work together if they want to get out alive. Written by
"Fatal Mission" or "Enemy" is a well-made Vietnam drama. Peter Fonda plays a special ops soldier who assassinates a Vietnam leader. He escapes into the jungle and meets Mai (Tia Carrere). She is a spy. At first they are enemies, but they figure out they need to stay together to survive.
The only problem in the movie is the ending. It's a little abrupt. There's a hint of a conspiracy in the plot, but it doesn't get mentioned until the last half of the movie.
Besides that, it's worth watching for the performances and action sequences.
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