This movie is a true example of Hollywood liberalism and cowardice! Look at the facts, they didn't even release it from the shelf for almost two years after The Persian Gulf War because they knew that the American public would not fall for its lies and deceptions. I am a Sergeant in the Army with almost seventeen years of military experience on active duty and in the National Guard. I served in Operation Desert Storm and have read widely on military history. Trust me, Bobby Garwood was nothing but a Benedict Arnold who should have been put in front of a military firing squad! No I take that back he didn't even deserve that honor! I have read several accounts of Vietnam POWs and all of them told the truth about this man. The Jane Fonda crowd tried to make him out like a martyr instead of the traitor he was. His fellow prisoners called him "the white Gook". He wore a VC uniform and helped torture and lock them up like the enemy did. Upon his release in 1979, the USMC court martialled Garwood and dishonorably discharged him. He deserved worse for what he did. I cannot believe that this film was even made, that they had the balls to make it in light of the facts about this stinking American traitor.
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